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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 



SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT 



CORPORATION COMMISSION 



YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1915 



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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 

CORPORATION COMMISSION 



E. L. TRAVIS, Chairman; 
W. T. LEE, 
GEORGE P. PELL, 

Commissioners. 



A. J. Maxwell, Clerk. 
Miss E. G. Riddick, 
Miss Meta Adams, 

Assistant Clerks. 



RATE DEPARTMENT. 

W. G. Womble, Rate Clerk. 
Wiley G. Barnes, Stenographer. 



TAX DEPARTMENT. 

J. S. Griffin, Tax Clerk. 
O. S. Thompson, 
Miss Myrtle Gates, 

Assistant Clerks. 



BANKING DEPARTMENT. 

S. A. Hubbard, Bank Examiner. 
H. D. Bateman, 
J. G. Nichols, 

Assistant Examiners. 



LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL 



Department of the Corporation Commission, 

Raleigh, "N. O., December 31, 1915. 
His Excellency, Locke Craig, 

Governor of North Carolina, 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Sir: — We have the honor to submit herewith report of the Corpora- 
tion Commission for the year ending December 31, 1915. 

Respectfully submitted, 

E. L. Travis, Chairman; 
W. T. Lee, 
George P. Pell, 

Commissioners. 



LAWS RELATING TO CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



FROM CHAPTER 20, REVISAL OF 1905, INCLUDING AMENDMENTS BY THE LEGISLATURES OF 1905, 
1907, 1908, 1909, 1911, 1913, AND 1915. 



I. 


Court, 




II. 


Investigations, 




III. 


Powers, 




IV. 


Appeals, 




V. 


Injunction, 




VI. 


Penalties, 




VII. 


Jurisdiction, 




VIII. 


Rates, 




IX. 


Duties, 


I. Court. 



CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

Sections 
1054—1063 
1064—1065 
1066—1073 
1074—1081 
1082—1085 
1086—1093 
1094—1103 
1104—1112 
1113—1118 



1054. Court of record. There shall be a court of record, known as the 
"Corporation Commission." Such court shall adopt a seal, and shall have all 
of the powers and jurisdiction of a court of general jurisdiction as to all 
subjects embraced in this chapter. The members and clerk thereof may 
administer oaths. 1889, c. 164, ss. 1, 31. 

1055. Number of commissioners. The court shall consist of three commis- 
sioners, who shall be elected by the qualified voters of the State, in the same 
manner as other State officers are elected. The court shall organize by the 
election of one of the commissioners as chairman. 1899, c. 164, s. 1. 

1056. Term of office. The term of office of the commissioners shall begin 
on the first day of January next after their election, and shall continue for 
six years and until their successors are elected and qualified. One member 
of the court shall be elected at each general election. 1899, c. 164. 

1057. Vacancy. If for any cause there shall be a vacancy in the Commis- 
sion, the Governor shall appoint to such vacancy. Such appointee shall hold 
until the election and qualification of his successor, who shall be elected at 
the next general election after the vacancy occurred. The person so elected 
shall hold office for the unexpired term. 1899, c. 164; 1901, c. 194. 

1058. Qualification of commissioners. It shall be unlawful for any mem- 
ber or official of said court to jointly, severally, or in any other way, either 
directly or indirectly, hold any stock or bond, or be the agent, attorney, or 
employee, or have any interest in any way, in any steamboat, railroad, canal, 
navigation, express, telegraph, telephone, bank, or building and loan company 
or association. If any member or official of said court shall, during the term 
of his office, as distributee or legatee, or in any other way, have or become 
entitled to any stock or bonds or interest therein of any such company, he 
shall at once dispose of the same, and upon failure to do so shall forfeit his 
office, and may be suspended by the Governor. 1899, c. 164. 

1059. Oath of office. The members of the court, in addition to the oath 
to support the Constitution and laws of the United States and the Constitution 



Part I.— Corp. Com., 1915.— 1 



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and laws of the State of North Carolina, shall take, to be administered by one 
of the judges of the Supreme Court, the following oath of office, which oath 
shall be signed by such commissioners and attested by said judge and recorded 
in the office of the Secretary of State: "I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that 
I am not the owner of any steamboat or of any stock or bond of any railroad, 
navigation or canal company, express, telegraph or telephone company, or of 
any bank or building and loan association, or the agent or attorney or em- 
ployee of any such company or association; that I have no interest in any 
way in any such company or association, and that I will well and faithfully 
execute the duties of my office as a member of the Corporation Commission 
and as State Tax Commissioner to the best of my knowledge and ability, 
without fear, favor, malice, reward or the hope of reward: So help me, God." 
1899, c. 164, s. 1; 1903, c. 251, s. 3. 

1060. Place of meeting. The court shall be held in the city of Raleigh. 
Special sessions may be held at any place in the State, when in the judgment 
of the court the convenience of all parties is best subserved and expense is 
thereby saved. 1899, c. 164, ss. 30, 31; 1901, c. 679, s. 4. 

1061. Open at all times. The court shall be open at all times for the 
transaction of business, and each member shall devote his whole time to the 
discharge of the duties of his office, and it shall be his duty to remain in the 
office of the Commission at least fifteen days in each month, unless detained 
therefrom on official business. 1899, c. 164, s. 30; 1903, c. 251, s. 3. 

1062. Quorum. Any two members of the court shall constitute a quorum 
for the transaction of business. The chairman is hereby authorized and 
empowered to perform the duties and exercise the powers conferred by law 
upon the Corporation Commission as to or over banks and building and loan 
associations; but this shall not prevent, as to banking and building and loan 
associations, the other members of the court from acting with the chairman 
in all of such matters. 1899, c. 164, s. 29. 

1063. Clerk. The court shall appoint a clerk, who shall be an expert 
accountant, experienced in railroad statistics and transportation rates. His 
term of office shall be for two years. He shall take and subscribe to oaths of 
office similar to those prescribed for the commissioners: Provided, this shall 
not prevent the clerk from holding stock in State or National banks. 1907, c. 
999; 1899, c. 164, ss. 9, 31. 

II. Investigations. 

1064. Examinations. The commissioners shall from time to time visit the 
places of business, and investigate the books and papers of all corporations, 
firms, or individuals engaged in the transportation of freight or passengers, 
the transmission of messages, either by telegraph or telephone, all public or 
private banks, loan and trust companies, and all building and loan associa- 
tions, to ascertain if all the orders, rules, and regulations of the Corporation 
Commission have been complied with, and shall have full power and authority 
to examine all officers, agents, and employees of such companies, individuals, 
firms, or corporations, and all other persons, under oath or otherwise, and to 
compel the production of papers and the attendance of witnesses to obtain the 
information necessary for carrying into effect and otherwise enforcing the 
provisions of this chapter, and the chapters entitled "Banks" and "Building 
and Loan Associations." 1899, c. 164, s. 1. 



ACTS RELATING TO THE COMMISSION 6 

1065. Railroad accidents. The Commission may investigate the causes of 
any accident on a railroad or steamboat which it may deem to require investi- 
gation, and any evidence taken upon such investigation shall he reduced to 
writing, filed in the office of the Commission, and be subject to public inspec- 
tion. 1899, c. 164, s. 24. 

III. Powers. 

1066. General powers. The Corporation Commission shall have such gen- 
eral control and supervision of all railroad, street railway, steamboat, canal, 
express, and sleeping-car companies or corporations and of all other com- 
panies or corporations engaged in the carrying of freight or passengers, of all 
telegraph and telephone companies, of all public and private banks and all 
loan and trust companies or corporations, and of all building and loan associa- 
tions or companies, necessary to carry into effect the provisions of this chap- 
ter and the laws regulating such companies, and to require all transportation 
and transmission companies to establish and maintain all such public-service 
facilities and conveniences as may be reasonable and just. 1907, c. 469, s. 2; 
1899, c. 164; 1901, c. 679. 

1067. Witnesses; production of papers; contempt. The Corporation Com- 
mission shall have the same power to compel the attendance of witnesses, re- 
quire the examination of persons and parties, and compel the production of 
books and papers, and punish for contempt, as by law is conferred upon the 
Superior Courts. 1899, c. 164, ss. 1, 9, 10. 

1068. Rules of practice. The Corporation Commission shall prescribe 
rules of practice and procedure in all matters before it and in all examina- 
tions necessary to be made under this chapter. 1869, c. 164, s. 2, subsec. 24. 

1069. Rnles of evidence. In all cases under the provisions of this chapter 
the rules of evidence shall be the same as in civil actions, except as provided 
by this chapter. 1899, c. 164, s. 26. 

1070. Subpoenas, how issued; served. All subpoenas for witnesses to ap- 
pear before the Commission or before any one or more of the commissioners, 
and notice to persons or corporations, shall be issued by one of the commis- 
sioners or its clerk and be directed to any sheriff, constable, or to the marshal 
of any city or town, who shall execute the same and make due return thereof 
as directed therein under the penalties prescribed by law for a failure to exe- 
cute and return the process of any court. 1899, c. 164, s. 10. 

1071. Service of orders. The clerk of the Commission may serve any 
notice issued by it, and his return thereof shall be evidence of said service; 
and it shall be the duty of the sheriffs and other officers to serve any process, 
subpoenas, and notices issued by the commissioners, and they shall be entitled 
therefor to the same fees as are prescribed by law for serving similar papers 
issuing from the Superior Court. 1899, c. 164, s. 9. 

1072. Undertakings. All bonds or undertakings required to be given by 
any of the provisions of this chapter shall be payable to the State of North 
Carolina, and may be sued on as are other undertakings which are payable to 
the State. 1899, c. 164, s. 7. 

1073. Controversies may be submitted to Commission. Whenever any 
company or corporation embraced in this chapter has a controversy with 
another corporation or person, and all the parties to such controversy agree 
in writing to submit such controversy to the Commission as arbitrators, the 
Commission shall act as such, and after due notice to all parties interested 



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shall proceed to hear the same, and their award shall be final. Such award 
in cases where land or an interest in land is concerned shall immediately be 
certified to the clerk of the Superior Court of the county in which said land 
is situated and shall by such clerk be docketed in the judgment docket for 
such county, and from such docketing shall be a judgment of the Superior 
Court for such county. Parties may appear in person or by attorney before 
such arbitrators. 1899, c. 164, s. 25. 

IV. Appeals. 

1074. Eight of; how taken. Prom all decisions or determinations made 
by the Corporation Commission any party affected thereby shall be entitled to 
an appeal. Before such party shall be allowed to appeal, he shall, within ten 
days after notice of such decision or determination, file with the Commission 
exceptions to the decision or determination of the Commission, which excep- 
tions shall state the grounds of objection to such decision or determination. 
If any one of such exceptions shall be overruled, then such party may appeal 
from the order overruling the exception, and shall, within ten days after the 
decision overruling the exception, give notice of his appeal. When an excep- 
tion is made to the facts as found by the Commission, the appeal shall be to 
the Superior Court in term-time; otherwise to the judge of the Superior Court 
at chambers. The party appealing shall, within ten days after the notice of 
appeal has been served, file with the Commission exceptions to the decision or 
determination overruling the exceptions, which statement shall assign the 
errors complained of and the grounds of the appeal. Upon the filing of such 
statement the Commission shall, within ten days, transmit all the papers and 
evidence considered by it, together with the assignment of errors filed by the 
appellant, to a judge of the Superior Court holding court or residing in some 
district in which such company operates or the party resides. If there be no 
exceptions to any facts as found by the Commission, it shall be heard by the 
judge at chambers at some place in the district, of which all parties shall 
have ten days notice. 1899, c. 164, ss. 7, 28; 1903, c. 126. 

1075. Appeal docketed; priority of trial; burden. The cause shall be 
entitled "State of North Carolina on relation of the Corporation Commission 
against (here insert name of appellant)," and if there are exceptions to any 
facts found by the Commission, it shall be placed on the civil-issue docket of 
such court and shall have precedence of other civil actions, and shall be tried 
under the same rules and regulations as are prescribed for the trial of other 
civil causes, except that the rates fixed or the decision or determination made 
by the Commission shall be prima facie just and reasonable. 1899, c. 164, 
s. 7. Note. See s. 1112. 

1076. Heard at chambers by consent. By consent of all parties, the appeal 
may be heard and determined at chambers before any judge of a district 
through or into which the railroad may extend, or any judge holding court 
therein, or in which the person or company does business. 1899, c. 164, s. 7. 

1077. To Supreme Court. Either party may appeal to the Supreme Court 
from the judgment of the Superior Court under the same rules and regula- 
tions as are prescribed by law for appeals, except that the State of North 
Carolina, if it shall appeal, shall not be required to give any undertaking or 
make any deposit to secure the cost of such appeal, and such court may 
advance the cause on its docket so as to give the same a speedy hearing. 
1899, c. 164, s. 7. 



ACTS RELATING TO THE COMMISSION 

1078. Rates vacated pending appeal, how. The rates of freight and fare 
fixed by the Commission shall be and remain the established rates and shall 
be so observed and regarded by corporations appealing until the same shall be 
changed, reversed, or modified by the judgment of the Superior Court, unless 
the railroad company shall within fifteen days file with said Commission a 
justified undertaking, in a sum to be fixed by the Commission, conditioned to 
pay the State of North Carolina the difference between the aggregate freights 
charged or received and those fixed by said Commission, and to make a report 
of freights charged or received every three months during the pendency of 
such appeal; and whenever such difference in freights equals or exceeds the 
penalty of such undertaking the Commission may require another to be exe- 
cuted and filed with them. From the time the undertaking first mentioned is 
filed the judgment appealed from shall be vacated; but a failure for ten days 
to file any additional undertaking required by the Commission shall eo in- 
stanti revive such judgment. Out of the funds paid into the State Treasury 
under this section there shall be refunded to shippers the overpaid freight 
ascertained by the final determination of the appeal on the recommendation 
of the Commission, if application therefor is made within one year from such 
final determination. 1899, c. 164, s. 7. 

1079. Judgment Superior Court not vacated by appeal. Any freight or 
passenger rates fixed by the Commission, when approved or confirmed by the 
judgment of the Superior Court, shall be and remain the established rates and 
shall be so observed and regarded by an appealing corporation until the same 
shall be changed, revised, or modified by the final judgment of the Supreme 
Court, if there shall be an appeal thereto, and until changed by the Corpora- 
tion Commission. 1899, c. 164, s. 7. 

1080. Judgment on appeal enforced by mandamus. In all cases in which, 
upon appeal, a judgment of the Corporation Commission is affirmed, in whole 
or in part, the appellate court shall embrace in its decree a mandamus to the 
appellant to put said order in force, or so much thereof as shall be affirmed. 
1905, c. 107, s. 2. 

1081. Peremptory mandamus to enforce order, when no appeal. If no 
appeal is taken from an order or judgment of the Corporation Commission 
within the time prescribed by the law, but the corporation affected thereby 
fails to put said order in operation, the Corporation Commission may apply to 
the judge riding the Superior Court district which embraces Wake County, or 
to the resident judge of said district at chambers, upon ten days notice, for a 
peremptory mandamus upon said corporation for the putting in force of said 
judgment or order; and if said judge shall find that the order of said Commis- 
sion was valid and within the scope of its powers, he shall issue such peremp- 
tory mandamus. An appeal shall lie to the Supreme Court in behalf of the 
Corporation Commission, or the defendant corporation, from the refusal or the 
granting of such peremptory mandamus. 1905, c. 107. 

V. Injunction. 

1082. When granted; bond. No judge shall grant an injunction, restrain- 
ing order, or other process staying or affecting, during the pending of any 
appeal, the enforcement of any determination of the Corporation Commission 
fixing rates or fares, without requiring as a condition precedent the executing 
and filing with the Corporation Commission of a justified undertaking in the 



O N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

sum of not less than twenty-five thousand dollars for any company whose road 
is of less length than fifty miles, and fifty thousand dollars for any company 
whose road is over fifty miles in length, conditioned that the company will 
make and file with the Corporation Commission a sworn statement every 
three months during the pending of the appeal of the items of freight, with 
names of shippers, carried over such company's road within the pending 
ninety days, showing the freights charged and those fixed by the Corporation 
Commission; and in the event the determination of the Corporation Commis- 
sion appealed from is affirmed in part or in whole, such company shall within 
thirty days pay into the treasury of North Carolina the aggregate difference 
between the freights collected and those fixed by the final determination of 
the matter appealed. 1899, c. 164, s. 7. 

1083. Restraining" order vacated, when. Whenever the aggregate differ- 
ence between the freights collected and those fixed by the Corporation Com- 
mission shall equal or exceed the sum specified in the undertaking, the Cor- 
poration Commission shall notify the appellant that another justified under- 
taking in like sum and with the same conditions as the original undertaking 
is required to be executed and filed with the Corporation Commission. A 
failure to file with the Corporation Commission the sworn statement pro- 
vided for in the preceding section, or any one of them when more than one 
is required or asked for, or a failure to give an additional undertaking when 
required within fifteen days from notice so to do, shall vacate and render 
null and void any restraining order, injunction, or other process to stay the 
enforcement of any determination of the Corporation Commission as to 
schedules of rates. 1899, c. 164, s. 7. 

1084. Suits on injunction bond. When any of the conditions of such un- 
dertaking are broken it may be sued on and enforced in the name of the 
State of North Carolina on the relation of the Corporation Commission by 
summons returnable to the Superior Court of any county in the State at a 
regular term thereof. The solicitor of the district shall prosecute the action 
in his court in behalf of the State, and shall be allowed such fees, to be taxed 
in the bill of costs, as the court may order; and the Attorney-General shall 
prosecute on appeal to the Supreme Court on behalf of the State, and shall 
be allowed such fees, to be taxed in the bill of costs, as the court shall allow. 
1899, c. 164, s. 7. 

1085. What recovered; application of recovery. In cases where the sworn 
statements herein required to be made are not made the whole penalty of 
the undertaking shall be enforced and paid into the State Treasury. The 
sums paid into the treasury under the provisions of this section shall be 
used to reimburse the shippers of freight for the excess of freights paid over 
what hould have been paid, such reimbursements to be made on recommenda- 
tion of the Corporation Commission: Provided, application therefor is made 
within one year after the determination of the appeal in which the undertak- 
ing was given. The recovery in each undertaking shall be applied to such 
excess of freight as has been paid during the period covered by such under- 
taking. 1899, c. 164, s. 7. 

VI. Penalties. 

1086. For violating rules. If any railroad company doing business in this 
State by its agents or employees shall be guilty of a violation of the rules 
and regulations provided and prescribed by the Commission, and if after due 



ACTS RELATING TO THE COMMISSION 7 

notice of such violation given to the principal officers thereof, if residing in 
the State, or, if not, to the manager or superintendent or secretary or treas- 
urer if residing in the State, or, if not, then to any local agent thereof, ample 
and full recompense for the wrong or injury done thereby to any person or 
corporation as may be directed by the Commission shall not be made within 
thirty days from the time of such notice, such company shall incur a penalty 
for each offense of five hundred dollars. 1899, c. 164, s. 15. 

1087. Refusing to obey orders of Commission. Any railroad or other cor- 
poration which violates any of the provisions of this chapter or refuses to 
conform to or obey any rule, order, or regulation of the Corporation Commis- 
sion shall, in addition to the other penalties prescribed in this chapter, for- 
feit and pay the sum of five hundred dollars for each offense, to be recovered 
in an action to be instituted in the Superior Court of Wake County, in the 
name of the State of North Carolina on the relation of the Corporation Com- 
mission; and each day such company continues to violate any provision of 
this chapter or continues to refuse to obey or perform any rule, order, or 
regulation prescribed by the Corporation Commission shall be a separate 
offense. 1899, c. 164, s. 23. 

1088. Discrimination between connecting lines. All common carriers sub- 
ject to the provisions of this chapter shall according to their powers afford 
all reasonable, proper, and equal facilities for the interchange of traffic 
between their respective lines and for the forwarding and delivering of pas- 
sengers and freights to and from their several, lines and those connecting 
therewith, and shall not discriminate in their rates and charges against such 
connecting lines, and connecting lines shall be required to make as close con- 
nection as practicable for the convenience of the traveling public. And com- 
mon carriers shall obey all rules and regulations made by the Commission 
relating to trackage. 1899, c. 164, s. 21. 

1089. Failure to make reports. Every officer, agent, or employee of any 
railroad company, express or telegraph company who shall wilfully neglect or 
refuse to make and furnish any report required by the Commission for the 
purposes of this chapter, or who shall wilfully or unlawfully hinder, delay, or 
obstruct the Commission in the discharge of the duties hereby imposed upon 
it, shall forfeit and pay five hundred dollars for each offense, to be recovered 
in an action in the name of the State. A delay of ten days to make and 
furnish such report shall raise the presumption that the same was wilful. 
1899, c. 164, s. 18. 

1090. General offenses. If any railroad company shall violate the provi- 
sions of this chapter not otherwise provided for, such railroad company shall 
incur a penalty of one hundred dollars for each violation, to be recovered by 
the party injured. 1899, c. 164, s. 17. 

1091. Violation of rules, causing inury; damages; limitation. If any 
railroad company doing business in this State shall, in violation of any rule or 
regulation provided by the Commission, inflict any wrong or injury on any 
person, such person shall have a right of action and recovery for such wrong 
or injury, in any court having jurisdiction thereof, and the damages to be 
recovered shall be the same as in an action between individuals, except that 
in case of wilful violation of law such railroad company shall be liable to 
exemplary damages: Provided, that all suits under this chapter shall be 
brought within one year after the commission of the alleged wrong or injury. 
1899, c. 164, s. 16. 



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1092. Action for, when and how brought. An action for the recovery of 
any penalty under this chapter shall be instituted in the county in which the 
penalty has been incurred, and shall be instituted in the name of the State of 
North Carolina on the relation of the Corporation Commission against the 
company incurring such penalty; or whenever such action is upon the com- 
plaint of any injured person or corporation, it shall be instituted in the name 
of the State of North Carolina on the relation of the Corporation Commis- 
sion upon the complaint of such injured person or corporation against the 
company incurring such penalty. Such action shall be instituted and prose- 
cuted by the Attorney-General or the solicitor of the judicial district in which 
such penalty has been incurred, and the judge before whom the same is tried 
shall determine the amount of compensation to be allowed the Attorney- 
General or such solicitor prosecuting said action for his services, and such 
compensation so determined shall be taxed as part of the cost. The procedure 
in such actions, the right of appeal, and the rules regulating appeals shall 
be the same as are now provided by law in other civil actions. 1899, c. 
164, s. 15. 

1093. Remedies cumulative. The remedies given by this chapter to per- 
sons injured shall be regarded as cumulative to the remedies now given or 
which may be given by law against railroad corporations, and this chapter 
shall not be construed as repealing any statute giving such remedies. 1899, 
c. 164, s. 26. 

VII. Jurisdiction. 

1094. Delivering freight, express, and baggage. The Corporation Com- 
mission shall make reasonable and just rules — 

1. For the handling of freight and baggage at stations. 

2. As to charges by any company or corporation engaged in the carriage of 
freight or express for the necessary handling and delivery of the same at all 
stations. 1899, c. 164, s. 2, subsecs. 2, 7. 

1095. Prevent discrimination. The Corporation Commission shall make 
reasonable and just rules and regulations — 

1. To prevent discrimination in the transportation of freight or passengers. 

2. To prevent the giving, paying or receiving of any rebate or bonus, 
directly or indirectly, or the misleading or deceiving the public in any man- 
ner as to real rates charged for freight, express, or passengers. 1899, c. 164, 
s. 2, subsecs. 3, 5. 

1096 (as amended). Telegraph and telephone rates. The Commission 
shall have power and are directed to make just and reasonable rates of 
charges for the transmission and delivery of messages by any telegraph com- 
pany, and to make just and reasonable rates of charges for the rental of tele- 
phones and furnishing telephonic communication by any telephone company 
or corporation. 1907, c. 469, s. 4; 1899, c. 164, s. 2, subsecs. 10, 11. 

Individually owned lines. Every person or individual owning and operat- 
ing any telephone or telegraph line in North Carolina, and who rents phones 
or wires to persons generally, shall be subject to the same control and super- 
vision by the Corporation Commission, and the same pains and penalties 
under the laws, as are corporations owning and operating telephone and tele- 
graph lines. 1907, c. 966. 

1097 (as amended). Stations and depots. The Commission is empowered 
and directed — 



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1. To require, where the public necessity demands and it is demonstrated 
that the revenue received will be sufficient to justify it the establishment of 
stations by any company or croporation engaged in the transportation of 
freight and passengers in this State, and to require the erection of depot 
accommodations commensurate with such business and revenue, and to re- 
quire the erection of accommodations for loading and unloading live stock, 
and for feeding, sheltering and protecting the same in transportation: Pro- 
vided, the commissioners shall not require any company or corporation to 
establish any station nearer to another station than five miles. 1899, c. 164, 
s. 2, subsec. 12. 

2. To require a change of any station or the repairing, addition to, or 
change of any station-house by any railroad or other transportation company 
in order to promote the security, convenience, and accommodation of the 
public, and to require the raising or lowering of the track at any crossing 
when deemed necessary. 1899, c. 164, s. 2, subsec. 13. 

3. Union depots. To require, when practicable, and when the necessities of 
the case, in the judgment of the Corporation Commission, require, any two 
or more railroads which now or hereafter may enter any city or town to have 
one common or union passenger depot for the security, accommodation, and 
convenience of the traveling public, and to unite in the joint undertaking and 
expense of erecting, constructing, and maintaining such union passenger 
depot, commensurate with the business and revenues of such railroad com- 
panies or corporations, on such terms, regulations, provisions, and condi- 
tions as the Commission shall prescribe. The railroads so ordered to con- 
struct a union depot shall have power to condemn land for such purpose, as 
in case of locating and constructing a line of railroad: Provided, that noth- 
ing in this section shall be construed to authorize the Commission to require 
the construction of such union depot should the railroad companies at the 
time of application for said order have separate depots, which, in the opinion 
of the Corporation Commission, are adequate and convenient and offer suit- 
able accommodations for the traveling public. 1903, c. 126. (See page 26.) 

4. Separate waiting-rooms. To require the establishment of separate wait- 
ing-rooms at all stations for the white and colored races. 1899, c. 164, s. 2, 
subsec. 14. 

5. Industrial sidings. To require the construction of side-tracks by any 
railroad company to industries already established or to be established: Pro- 
vided, it is shown that the proportion of such revenue accruing to such side- 
track is sufficient within five years to pay the expense of its construction. 
This shall not be construed to give the Commission authority to require rail- 
road companies to construct side-tracks more than five hundred feet in length. 
1899, c. 164, s. 2, subsec. 15. (See page 30.) 

6. Train service and connections. To require, when practicable and when 
the necessities of the traveling public, in the judgment of the Corporation 
Commission, demand, that any railroad in this State shall install and operate 
one or more passenger or freight trains over its road, and also require any 
two or more railroads having intersecting points to make close connection 
at such points: Provided, that no order under this act shall be made unless 
the business of the railroad justifies it. 1907, c. 469, s. 3. 

7. Physical condition of roads. From time to time to carefully examine 
into and inspect the condition of each railroad, its equipment and facilities, 
in regard to the public's safety and convenience; and if any are found by 



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them to be unsafe, they shall at once notify and require the railroad company 
to put the same in repair. 1907, c. 469, s. 3. 

8. Telegraph and telephone companies. That all powers and duties in 
every respect conferred by law upon the Corporation Commission with respect 
to railroads and other transportation companies are hereby conferred upon 
said Corporation Commission to control and regulate telegraph, telephone, 
and all other companies engaged in transmission of messages, in so far as 
they apply. 1907, c. 469, s. 3. 

1098. Depots not abandoned. A railroad corporation which has estab- 
lished and maintained for a year a passenger station or freight depot at a 
point upon its road shall not abandon such station or depot, nor substantially 
diminish the accommodation furnished by the stopping of trains, except by 
consent of the Commission. Freight or passenger depots may be relocated 
upon the written approval of the Commission. 1899, c. 164, ss. 19, 20. 

1099. Freight and passenger rates. The Commission shall make reason- 
able and just rates — 

1. Of freight, passenger, and express tariffs for railroads, street railways, 
steamboats, canal and express companies or corporations, and all other trans- 
portation companies or corporations engaged in the carriage of freight, ex- 
press, or passengers. 

2. For the through transportation of freight, express, or passengers. 

3. Of charges for the transportation of packages by any express company 
or corporation. 

4. Of charges for the use of railroad cars, carrying freight or passengers. 

5. And rules and regulations as to contracts entered into by any railroad 
company or corporation to carry over its line or any part thereof the car or 
cars of any other company or corporation. 

6. And shall make, require, or approve what is known as "milling-in- 
transit" rates on grain; or lumber to be dressed and shipped over the line 
of the railroad company on which such freight originated. 

7. And conjointly with such railroad companies, shall have authority to 
make special rates for the purpose of developing all manufacturing, mining, 
milling, and internal improvements in the State. 

Nothing in this chapter shall prohibit railroad or steamboat companies 
from making special passenger rates with excursion or other parties, also 
rates on such freights as are necessary for the comfort of such parties, subject 
to the approval of the Commission. 1899, c. 164, ss. 2, 14; 1903, c. 683. 

1100. Demurrage; storage; placing and loading of cars. The Commis- 
sion shall make rules, regulations, and rates governing demurrage and storage 
charges by railroad companies and other transportation companies; and shall 
make rules governing railroad companies in the placing of cars for loading 
and unloading and in fixing time limit for delivery of freights after the same 
have been received by the transportation companies for shipment. 1903, 
c. 342. 

1101. May fix rate of speed trains may run through a town; petition to 
be filed; procedure. If any railroad company shall be of the opinion that 
an ordinance of a city or town through which a line of its railroad passes, 
except in the counties of Cumberland, Rockingham, Union, and Wayne, regu- 
lating the speed at which trains may run while passing through said city or 
town, is unreasonable or oppressive, such railroad company may file its peti- 
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often as circumstances may require, change and revise or cause to be changed 
and revised any schedules of rates fixed by the Commission, or allowed to be 
charged by any carrier of freight, passengers, or express, or by any telegraph 
or telephone company. 1899, c. 164, s. 7. 

1107. Long and short hauls. It shall be unlawful for any common car- 
rier to charge or receive any greater compensation in the aggregate for the 
transportation of passengers or of like kind of property under substantially 
similar circumstances and conditions for a shorter than for a longer distance 
over the same line in the same direction, the shorter being included within 
the longer distance; but this shall not be construed as authorizing any com- 
mon carrier within the terms of this chapter to charge and receive as great 
compensation for a shorter as for a longer distance: Provided, however, that 
upon application to the Commission, such common carrier may in special 
cases be authorized to charge less for longer than for shorter distances for 
the transportation of passengers or property; and the Commission may from 
time to time prescribe the extent to which such designated common carrier 
may be relieved from the operation of this section: Provided, that nothing 
in this chapter contained shall be taken as in any manner abridging or con- 
trolling the rates of freight charged by any railroad in this State for convey- 
ing freight which comes from or goes beyond the boundaries of the State and 
on which freight less than local rates on any railroad carrying the same are 
charged by such railroads. 1899, c. 164, s. 14; 1915, c. 17. 

1108. Contracts as to rates. All contracts and agreements between rail- 
road companies as to rates of freight and passenger tariffs shall be submitted 
to the Commission for inspection and correction, that it may be seen whether 
or not they are a violation of law or of the rules and regulations of said Com- 
mission, and all arrangements and agreements whatever as to the division of 
earnings of any kind by competing railroad companies shall be submitted to 
the Commission for inspection and approval in so far as they affect the rules 
and regulations made by the Commission to secure to all persons doing busi- 
ness with such companies just and reasonable rates of freight and passenger 
tariffs; and the Commission may make such rules and regulations as to such 
contracts and agreements as may then be deemed necessary and proper; and 
any such agreements not approved by the Commission, or by virtue of which 
rates shall be charged exceeding the rates fixed for freight and passengers, 
shall be deemed, held, and taken to be violations of this chapter, and shall be 
illegal and void. 1899, c. 164, s. 6. 

1109. Published. All carriers shall, whenever required by the Commis- 
sion, file with it a schedule of their rates of charges for freight and passen- 
gers, and the Commission is authorized and required to publish the rates, or 
a summary thereof, in some convenient form for the information of the 
public, and quarterly thereafter the changes made in such schedules, if they 
deem it advisable. 1899, c. 164, s. 7. 

1110 (as amended). Interstate commerce. Upon the complaint of any 
person or community to the Commission of any unjust discrimination or 
unjust or unreasonable rate in carrying freight which comes from or goes 
beyond the boundaries of the State by any railroad company, whether organ- 
ized under the laws of this State or of another State and doing business in 
this State, the Commission shall investigate such complaint, and if the same 
be sustained it shall be the duty of the Commission to bring such complaint 
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the provisions of the act of Congress establishing the Interstate Commerce 
Commission. They shall receive upon application the services of the Attor- 
ney-General of the State and he shall represent them before the Interstate 
Commerce Commission. The Corporation Commission shall have authority 
to employ counsel whenever and for such periods of time as in their judg- 
ment it is necessary to do so, and counsel so employed shall be paid such fee 
and compensation as may be agreed upon by them. 1907, c. 469, s. 5; 1899, 
c. 164, s. 14. 

1111. Duplicate freight receipts; charges stated; freight delivered on 
payment of charges. All railroad companies shall on demand issue duplicate 
freight receipts to shippers in which shall be stated the class or classes of 
freight shipped, the freight charges over the road giving the receipt, and so 
far as practicable shall state the freight charges over the roads that carry 
such freight. When the consignee presents the railroad receipt to the agent 
of the railroad that delivers such freight such agent shall deliver the articles 
shipped upon payment of the rate charged for the class of freight mentioned 
in the receipt. 1899, c. 164, s. 17. 

1112. Schedule of rates, evidence. The schedule containing rates fixed by 
the Commission shall, in suits, brought against any company wherein is 
involved the charges of any company for the transportation of any passenger 
or freight or cars or unjust discrimination in relation thereto, be taken in all 
courts as prima facie evidence that the rates therein fixed are just and reason- 
able rates of charges for the transportation of passengers and freights and 
cars upon the railroads. All such schedules shall be received and held in all 
suits as prima facie evidence, the schedules of the Commission without 
further proof than the production of the schedules desired to be used as evi- 
dence, with a certificate of the clerk of the Commission that the same is a 
true copy of the schedule prepared or approved by it for the railroad com- 
pany or corporation therein named. 1899, c. 164, s. 7. 

IV. Duties. 

1113. Notice given of violations; suit instituted. The Commission, when- 
ever in its judgment any corporation has violated any law, shall give notice 
thereof in writing to such corporation, and if the violation or neglect is con- 
tinued after such notice, shall forthwith present the facts to the Attorney- 
General, who shall take such proceedings thereon as he may deem expedient. 
1899, c. 164, s. 8. 

1114. Fees paid to Treasurer. All license fees and seal tax and all other 
fees paid into the office of the Corporation Commission shall be turned into 
the State Treasury; also all moneys received from fines and penalties. 1899, 
c. 164, ss. 26, 33. 

1115. Record of receipts and disbursements. The Commission shall keep 
a record showing in detail all receipts and disbursements. 1899, c. 164, s. 34. 

1116. Fiscal year. The fiscal year for which all reports shall be made 
which may be required of any railroad or transportation company by the 
Commission under this chapter shall end on the thirtieth of June. 1899, 
c. 164, s. 28. 

1117. Report of Commission. It shall be the duty of the Commission to 
make to the Governor annual reports of its transactions, and recommend from 
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of this chapter, and the Governor shall have one thousand copies of such 
report printed for distribution. 1899, c. 164, s. 27. 

1118. Expenses. All the expenses of the Commission, except as otherwise 
provided by law, including all necessary expenses for transportation incurred 
by the Commission or by their employees under their orders in making any 
investigation, or upon official business, or for any other purposes necessary 
for carrying out the provisions of this chapter, and necessary furniture, sta- 
tionery, postage, lights, and heat, shall be allowed, and the Auditor shall issue 
his warrant upon presentation of itemized vouchers therefor approved by the 
chairman of the Commission: Provided, that the expenses allowed under this 
section shall not exceed three thousand six hundred dollars annually. 1899, c. 
164, s. 32; 1899, c. 688. 



2598. No railroad, etc., to be established unless authorized by law. If any 

person, or corporation, not being expressly authorized thereto, shall make or 
establish any canal, turnpike, tramroad, railroad or plank road, with the 
intent that the same shall be used to transport passengers other than such 
persons, or the members of such corporation, or to transport any productions, 
fabrics or manufacturers other than their own, the person or corporation so 
offending, and using the same for any such purpose, shall forfeit and pay 
fifty dollars for every person and article of produce so transported. This 
section shall not apply to any narrow-guage railroad or tramroad, nor toll 
roads made and established and maintained solely by the owners of the land 
upon which said roads may be, the principal business of which is the trans- 
portation of logs, lumber and articles for the owners of such railroad or 
tramroad: Provided, that the Corporation Commission shall have power to 
authorize lumber companies, having logging roads, to transport all kinds of 
commodities other than their own, and passengers, and to charge therefor 
reasonable rates to be approved by said Commission. Code, s. 1717; 1874-75, 
c. 83; 1901, c. 282; 1911, c. 160; 1915, c. 6. 

2600. Map of railroad made and filed. Every railroad corporation shall, 
within a reasonable time after their road shall be constructed, cause to be 
made a map and profile thereof, and of the land taken or obtained for the use 
thereof, and file the same in the office of the Corporation Commission. Every 
such map shall be drawn on a scale and on paper to be designated by the 
Corporation Commission, and certified and signed by the president or engi- 
neer of such corporation. Code, s. 1977; 1871-2, c. 138, s. 41. 

2614. Fast mail trains authorized; one train a day in each direction re- 
quired. The Corporation Commission is hereby empowered, whenever it 
shall appear wise and proper to do so, to authorize any railroad company to 
run one or more fast mail trains over its road, which shall only stop at such 
stations on the line of the road as may be designated by the company: Pro- 
vided, that in addition to such fast mail train said railroad shall run at least 
one passenger train in each direction over its road on every day except Sun- 
day, which shall stop at every station on the road at which passengers may 
wish to be taken up or put off: Provided further, that nothing in this section 
shall be construed as preventing the running of local passenger trains on 
Sunday. 1893, c. 97. 

2615. Vestibule fronts on street railway cars. All street passenger rail- 
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on all passenger cars run by them on their lines during the latter half of the 
month of November and during the months of December, January, February, 
and March of each year: Provided, that such companies shall not be required 
to close the sides of the vestibules: Provided further, such companies may 
use cars without vestibule fronts in cases of temporary emergency in suitable 
weather, not to exceed four days in any one month within the period herein 
prescribed for use of vestibule fronts. The Corporation Commission is hereby 
authorized to make exemptions from the provisions of this section in such 
cases as in their judgment the enforcement of this section is unnecessary. 
1901, c. 743. (See sec. 3800.) 

2616. Street railways to have fenders in front of passenger cars. All 
street passenger railway companies shall use practical fenders in front of all 
passenger cars run by them. The Corporation Commission is hereby author- 
ized to make exemptions from the provisions of this section in such cases as 
in their judgment the enforcement of this section is unnecessary. 1901, c. 
743, s, 2. (See sec. 3801.) 

2619. Separate accommodations for different races. All railroad and 
steamboat companies engaged as common carriers in the transportation of 
passengers for hire, other than street railways, shall provide separate but 
equal accommodations for the white and colored races at passenger stations 
or waiting-rooms, and also on all trains and steamboats carrying passengers. 
Such accommodations may be furnished by railroad companies either by 
separate passenger cars or by compartments in passenger cars, which shall 
be provided by the railroads under the supervision and direction of the Cor- 
poration Commission: Provided, that this shall not apply to relief trains in 
cases of accident, to Pullman or sleeping cars, or through express trains that 
do not stop at all stations and are not used ordinarily for traveling from 
station to station, to negro servants in attendance on their employers, to 
officers or guards, transporting prisoners, nor to prisoners so transported. 
1899, c. 384; 1901, c. 213. (For street railway companies, see ch. 850, 1907; 
1909, c. 851.) 

2620. Corporation Commission may exempt certain roads and trains. The 
Corporation Commission is hereby authorized to exempt from the provisions 
of the preceding section steamboats, branch lines and narrow-gauged rail- 
roads and mixed trains carrying both freight and passengers, if in its judg- 
ment the enforcement of the same be unnecessary to secure the comfort of 
passengers by reason of the light volume of passenger traffic, or the small 
number of colored passenger travelers on such steamboats, narrow-gauge, 
branch lines or mixed trains. 1899, c. 384, s. 2; 1901, c. 213. 

2621. When two races put in same coach. When any coach or compart- 
ment car for either race shall be completely filled at a station where no extra 
coach or car can be had, and the increased number of passengers could not be 
foreseen, the conductor in charge of such train may assign and set apart a 
portion of a car or compartment assigned for passengers of one race to pas- 
sengers of the other race. 1899, c. 284, s. 3. 

2622. Penalty for failing- to provide separate cars. Any railroad com- 
pany failing to comply in good faith with the provisions of the three preced- 
ing sections shall be liable to a penalty of one hundred dollars per day, to be 
recovered in an action brought against such company by any passenger on 
any train or boat of any railroad or steamboat company which is required 
by this chapter to furnish separate accommodations to the races, who has 



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been furnished accommodations on. such railroad train or steamboat in only 
a car or compartment with a person of a different race, in violation of law. 
1899, c. 384, s. 5. 

2630. Freight rates posted. It shall be the duty of all railroad and other 
transportation companies to keep posted in a conspicuous place in their 
depots or places where freight is received for shipment a list of its charges 
for carrying freight, specifying name of place, class of freight and charge for 
carrying the same. Such charges shall not be increased without giving 
fifteen days notice, and the company represented by any agent refusing to 
comply with this section shall be liable to a penalty of not less than fifty nor 
more than one hundred dollars. Code, s. 1965; 1879, c. 182, s. 2. 

2631. Penalty for failure to receive. Agents or other officers of railroads 
and other transportation companies whose duty it is to receive freights shall 
receive all articles of the nature and kind received by such company for 
transportation whenever tendered at a regular depot, station, wharf, or boat 
landing, and 'every loaded car tendered at a side-track, or any warehouse con- 
nected with the railroad by a siding, and shall forward the same by the route 
selected by the person tendering the freight under existing laws; and the 
transportation company represented by any person refusing to receive such 
freight shall forfeit and pay to the party aggrieved the sum of fifty dollars 
for each day said company refuses to receive said shipment of freight, and 
all damages actually sustained by reason of the refusal to receive freight. If 
such loaded car be tendered at any siding or warehouse at which there is 
no agent, notice shall be given to an agent at the nearest regular station at 
which there is an agent that such car is loaded and ready for shipment. Code, 
s. 1964; 1903, cc. 444, 693. (Held invalid as to interstate shipments.) 

2632 (as amended). Failure to transport in reasonable time; reasonable 
time defined; forfeiture. It shall be unlawful for any railroad company, 
steamboat company, express company, or other transportation company doing 
business in this State to omit or neglect to transport within a reasonable time 
any goods, merchandise, or articles of value received by it for shipment and 
billed to or from any place in the State of North Carolina, unless otherwise 
agreed upon between the company and the shipper, or unless same be burned, 
stolen, or otherwise destroyed, or unless otherwise provided by the North 
Carolina Corporation Commission. Each and every company violating any 
of the provisions of this section shall forfeit to the party aggrieved the sum 
of fifteen dollars for the first day and two dollars for each succeeding day of 
such unlawful detention or neglect where such shipment is made in car-load 
lots, and in less quantities there shall be a forfeiture in like manner of ten 
dollars for the first day and one dollar for each succeeding day: Provided, the 
forfeiture shall not be collected for a period exceeding thirty days. In reck- 
oning what is reasonable time for such transportation, it shall be considered 
that such transportation company has transported freight within a reason- 
able time if it has done so in the ordinary time required for transporting 
such articles of freight between the receiving and shipping stations; and a 
delay of two days at the initial point and forty-eight hours at one intermediate 
point for each hundred miles of distance or fractions thereof over which said 
freight is to be transported shall not be charged against such transportation 
company as unreasonable, and shall be held to be prima facie reasonable, and 
a failure to transport within such time shall be held prima facie unreason- 
able. 1903, c. 590, s. 3; 1905, c. 545; 1907, c. 217, s. 4. 

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Delivery at destination within time specified. Section 1. That section 
two thousand six hundred and thirty-two, Revisal of one thousand nine hun- 
dred and five of North Carolina, providing a penalty for delay in the transpor- 
tation of freight, shall not be construed to refer only to delay in starting the 
freight from the station where it is received, but in addition thereto shall be 
construed to require the delivery at its destination within the time specified: 
Provided, however, that if said delay shall be due to causes which could not 
in the exercise of ordinary care have been foreseen, and which were unavoid- 
able, and upon establishment of these facts to the satisfaction of the justice 
of the peace or jury trying the cause, the defendant transportation company 
shall be relieved and discharged from any penalty for delay in the transporta- 
tion of freight, but it shall not be relieved from the costs of such action. 

Sec 2. That in all actions to recover penalties against a transportation 
company under section two thousand six hundred and thirty-two, Revisal of 
one thousand nine hundred and five of North Carolina, the burden of proof 
shall be upon the transportation company to show where the delay, if any, 
occurred. 1907, c. 461. 

2633. Paid at classified rates; penalty for overcharge. All common car- 
riers doing business in this State shall settle their freight charges according 
to the rate stipulated in the bill of lading, provided the rate therein stipu- 
lated be in conformity with the classifications and rates made and filed with 
the Interstate Commerce Commission in case of shipments from without the 
State and with those of the Corporation Commission of this State in case of 
shipments wholly within this State, by which classifications and rates all 
consignees shall in all cases be entitled to settle freight charges with such 
carriers; and it shall be the duty of such common carriers to inform any 
consignee or consignees of the correct amount due for freight according to 
such classification and rates, and upon payment or tender of the amount due 
on any shipment which has arrived at its destination according to such classi- 
fication and rates such common carrier shall deliver the freight in question 
to consignee or consignees, and any failure or refusal to comply with the 
provisions hereof shall subject such carrier so failing or refusing to a penalty 
of fifty dollars for each such failure or refusal, to be recovered by any con- 
signee or consignees aggrieved by any suit in any court of competent juris- 
diction. 1905, c. 330. * 

2634 (as amended). Time within which loss or damage must be paid; pen- 
alty; amount of recovery; actions united; remedy cumulative. Every claim 
for loss of or damage to property while in possession of a common carrier 
shall be paid and adjusted within ninety days, in cases of shipments wholly 
within the State, and within four months, in cases of shipments from without 
the State, after the filing of such claim with the agent of such carrier at the 
point of destination of such shipment, or point of delivery to another common 
carrier by the consignee, or at the point of origin by the consignor, when it 
shall appear that the consignor was the owner of the shipment: Provided, 
that no such claim shall be filed until after the arrival of the shipment, or 
some part thereof, at the point of destination or until after the lapse of a 
reasonable time for the arrival thereof. In every case such common carrier 
shall be liable for the amount of such loss or damage, together with interest 
thereon from the date of the filing of the claim therefor until the payment 
thereof. Failure to adjust and pay such claim within the periods respectively 
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fifty dollars for each and every such failure, to he recovered by any consignee 
aggrieved (or consignor, when it shall appear that the consignor was the 
owner of the property at the time of the shipment and at the time of suit, and 
is, therefore, the party aggrieved) in any court of competent jurisdiction: 
Provided, that unless such consignee or consignor recover in such action the 
full amount claimed, no penalty shall be recovered, but only the actual 
amount of the loss or damage, with interest aforesaid. Causes of action for 
the recovery of the possession of the property shipped, for loss or damage 
thereto, and for the penalties herein provided for, may be united in the same 
complaint: Provided further, that no penalty shall be recoverable under the 
provisions of this act where claims have been filed by both the consignor 
and consignee, unless the time herein provided has elapsed after the with- 
drawal of one of the claims: Provided further, that this act shall not apply 
to any pending actions. 1911, c. 139. 

Express companies to pay claims for loss or damage. That section two 
thousand six hundred and thirty-four of the Revisal shall apply to every 
express company, firm, or corporation doing express business in the State of 
North Carolina. 1907, c. 983. 

2635. Existing remedies continue. The preceding section shall not de- 
prive any consignee of any rights or remedies now existing against common 
carriers in regard to freight charges or claims for loss or damage to freight, 
but shall be deemed and held as creating an additional liability upon said 
common carrier. 1905, c. 33^0, s. 5. 

2636. Carrier's right against other carrier. Any common carrier, upon 
complying with the provisions of the two preceding sections, shall have all 
the rights and remedies herein provided for against a common carrier from 
which it receives the freight in question. 1905, c. 330, s. 3. 

2641. Charges on partial freight deliveries. Whenever any freight of any 
kind shall be received by any common carrier in this State to be delivered to 
any consignee in this State, and a portion of the same shall not have been 
received at the place of destination, it shall not be lawful for the carrier to 
demand any part of the charges for freight or transportation due for such 
portion of the shipment as shall not have reached the place of destination. 
The carrier shall be required to deliver to the consignee such portion of the 
consignment as shall have been received upon the payment or tender of the 
freight charges due upon such portion. But nothing in this section shall be 
construed as interfering with or depriving a consignor, or other person having 
authority, of his rights of stoppage in transitu. 1893, c. 495. 

2642. Not to receive more than tariff rate. No railroad, steamboat, ex- 
press, or other transportation company engaged in the carriage of freight, 
and no telegraph company or telephone company shall demand, collect, or 
receive for any service rendered or to be rendered in the transportation of 
property or transmission of messages more than the rates appearing in the 
printed tariff of such company in force at the time such service is rendered, 
or more than is allowed by law. 1903, c. 590. 

2643. Overcharge on tariff rate refunded. In case of any overcharge, con- 
trary to the preceding section, the person aggrieved may file with any agent 
of the company collecting or receiving greater compensation than the amount 
allowed in the preceding section a written demand, supported by a paid 
freight bill and an original bill of lading or duplicate thereof, for refund of 



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overcharge, and a maximum period of sixty days shall be allowed such com- 
pany to pay claims filed under this section. 1903, c. 590, s. 2. 

2644. Penalty for failure to refund overcharge. Any company failing to 
refund such overcharge within the time allowed shall forfeit to the party 
aggrieved the sum of twenty-five dollars for the first day and five dollars per 
day for each day's delay thereafter until said overcharge is paid, together 
with all costs incurred by the party aggrieved : Provided, the total forfeiture 
shall not exceed one hundred dollars. 1903, c. 590, s. 2. 

That any railroad company in the State of North Carolina which shall 
charge a rate for transporting property wholly within the State of North 
Carolina, between terminals within the State, in excess of that fixed by law 
or by the lawful order of such commission or board, and which shall omit to 
refund the same within thirty days after written notice and demand of the 
person or corporation overcharged, shall be liable to an action for double the 
amount of such overcharge, and to a penalty of ten dollars per day for each 
day's delay after thirty days from such notice, in case of shipments of less 
than car-load lots, and to a penalty of twenty dollars per day in the event 
of shipments of car-load lots. 1913, Extra session, c. 20, s. 12. 

3749. Discrimination in charges. If any common carrier shall, directly or 
indirectly, by any special rate, rebate, drawback, or other device, charge, de- 
mand, collect, or receive from any person a greater or less compensation for 
any service rendered or to be rendered in the transportation of passengers 
or property subject to the provisions of law than it charges, demands, or 
collects or receives from any other person or persons for doing for him or 
them a like and contemporaneous service in the transportation of a like kind 
of traffic under substantially similar circumstances and conditions, or shall 
make or give any undue or unreasonable preference or advantage to any par- 
ticular person, company, firm, corporation, or locality or any particular de- 
scription of traffic in any respect whatsoever, or shall subject any particular 
person, company, firm, corporation, or locality or any particular description 
of traffic to any undue or unreasonable prejudice or disadvantage in any 
respect whatsoever, such person or corporation shall be, upon conviction 
thereof, fined not less than one thousand nor more than five thousand dol- 
lars for each and every offense. 1899, c. 164, s. 13. 

3751. Discrimination against connecting lines. If any common carrier 
shall not afford all reasonable, proper, and equal facillities for the interchange 
of traffic between their respective lines and for the forwarding and delivering 
of passengers and freights to and from their several lines and those connect- 
ing therewith, or shall discriminate in their rates and charges against such 
connecting lines, or if any connecting lines shall not make as close connection 
as practicable for the convenience of the traveling public, or shall not obey all 
rules and regulations made by the Corporation Commission relating to track- 
age, it shall be punished by a fine of not less than five hundred dollars nor 
exceeding five thousand dollars for each and every offense. 1899, c. 164, s. 21. 

3753. Failure to construct cattleguards and crossings. If any incorpo- 
rated company operating any railroad passing through and over the land 
of any person now enclosed, shall fail, at his own expense, to construct and 
constantly maintain in good and safe condition, good and sufficient cattle- 
guards at the points of entrance upon and exit from said enclosed land, or 
shall fail to make and keep in constant repair crossings to any plantation 
road thereupon, such corporation shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and 



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fined in the discretion of the court: Provided, that so far as said section 
relates .to cattleguards that the Corporation Commission of North Carolina 
is hereby authorized, directed and empowered to adopt such good and suf- 
ficient make of cattleguard as is now upon the market best suited for turn- 
ing stock, and when such guard is so selected by said Commission, ap- 
proved and authorized by them, that any railway company operating in this 
State which shall procure, install and maintain and keep in good and safe 
condition on its line of road such guard so selected by said Commission, 
shall be deemed and held in all suits, actions or proceedings in all the courts 
of this State to have complied with the conditions of this section in in- 
stalling a good and sufficient cattleguard: Provided further, that any rail- 
road operating in this State may make application to said Commission to 
adopt for such road any particular brand or make of cattleguard, and if 

ie use of such guard, and ai 



less than one thousand dollars or imprisoned not less than twelve months. 
Code, s. 1968; 1879, c. 237, s. 2. 

3768. Unreasonable rates. If any railroad doing business in this State 
shall charge, collect, demand, or receive more than a fair and reasonable 
rate of toll or compensation for the transportation of passengers or freight 
of any description, or for the use and transportation of any railroad car upon 
its track or any of the branches thereof or upon any railroad in this State 
which has the right, license, or permission to use, operate, or control the 
same, it shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction 
thereof shall be fined not less than five hundred nor more than five thousand 
dollars. 1899, c. 164, s. 12. 

3800. Street cars to have vestibule fronts. If any city and street pas- 
senger railway company shall refuse or fail to use vestibule fronts, of front- 
age not less than four feet, on all passenger cars run, manipulated, or trans- 
ported by them on their lines during the latter half of the month of Novem- 
ber and during the months of December, January, February, and March of 
each year, except in cases of temporary emergency in suitable weather, not 
to exceed four days in any one month within the period herein prescribed 
for use of vestibule fronts, such company shall be guilty of a misdemeanor 
and shall be subject to a fine of not less than ten dollars or more than one 
hundred dollars for each day: Provided, that said company shall not be 
required to close the sides of said vestibules. The North Carolina Corpora- 
tion Commission is hereby authorized to make exemptions from the pro- 
visions of this section in such cases as in their judgment the enforcement 
of this section is unnecessary. 1901, c. 743, s. 1. (See sec. 2615.) 

3801. Street cars to have fenders. If any city and street passenger rail- 
way company shall refuse or fail to use practical fenders in front of all pas- 
senger cars run, manipulated, or transported by them, such company shall be 
guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be subject to a fine of not less than ten 
dollars or more than one hundred dollars for each day. The North Carolina 



22 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

Corporation Commission is hereby authorized to make exemptions from the 
provisions of this section in such cases as in their judgment the enforcement 
of this section is unnecessary. 1901, c. 743, s. 2. (See sec. 2616.) 

Additional powers. Commission authorized to make any necessary and 
proper rules, orders, and regulations for the safety, comfort, and convenience 
of passengers, shippers or patrons of any public-service corporation, and to 
require the observance of the same by the company and its employees. 1907, 
c. 469. 

Block system. Commission authorized to require any railroad company 
to install and put in operation and maintain upon the whole or any part of 
its road a block system of telegraphy or any other reasonable safety device; 
but no railroad company shall be required to install a block system upon any 
part of its road upon which is not operated as many as or more than eight 
trains each way per day. 1907, c. 469. 



Telegraph and telephone companies. That all powers and duties in every 
respect conferred by law upon the Corporation Commission with respect to 
railroads and other transportation companies are hereby conferred upon said 
Corporation Commission to control and regulate telegraph, telephone, and all 
other companies engaged in transmission of messages, in so far as they apply. 
1907, c. 469. 

Inflammable and explosive articles. The North Carolina Corporation Com- 
mission is hereby authorized and empowered to adopt and promulgate rules 
for the shipment of inflammable and explosive articles, cotton which has been 
partially consumed by fire, and such other like articles as in its opinion may 
be apt to render transportation dangerous. And after the promulgation of 
such rules, no common carrier shall be required to receive or transport any 
such articles except when tendered in accordance with the said rules; nor 
shall such common carrier be liable for any penalty for refusal to receive 
such article for shipment until all the rules prescribed by the Corporation 
Commission in regard to the shipment of the same shall be complied with. 
1907, c. 471. 

Flume companies common carriers. That all flume companies which shall 
avail themselves of the right of eminent domain under the provisions of sub- 
chapter five of chapter sixty-one of the Revisal of one thousand nine hundred 
and five, as amended by this act, shall become public carriers of freight, for 
the purposes to which they are adapted, and shall be under the control, direc- 
tion, and supervision of the Corporation Commission of North Carolina, in 
the same manner and for the same purposes as is by law provided for other 
public carriers of freight. . . . 1907, c. 39, s. 4. Amended, 1911, so as to 
apply in Duplin County to "all standard-gauge or narrow-gauge roads, logging 
or otherwise, more than five miles in length, and which have been in opera- 
tion for five years." 1911, c. 214. 

2605. May apply to Governor to appoint police. Any corporation operat- 
ing a railroad on which steam is used as the motive power may apply to the 



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Governor to commission such persons as the said corporation may designate 
to act as policemen for said corporation. Code, s. 1988; 1871-2, c. 138, s. 51. 

2606. Governor may appoint and issue commission. The Governor upon 
such application may appoint such persons or so many of them as he may 
deem proper to be such policemen, and shall issue to such person or persons 
so appointed a commission to act as such policeman. Code, s. 1989; 1871-2, 
c. 138, s. 52. 

2607. Oaths and powers of special policemen. Every policeman so ap- 
pointed shall, before entering upon the duties of his office, take and subscribe 
the usual oath; such oath, with a copy of the commission, shall be filed with 
the Corporation Commission, and a certificate thereof by its clerk shall be 
filed with the clerk of each county through or into which the railroad for 
which such policeman is appointed may run and in which it is intended he 
shall act; and such policeman shall severally possess within the limits of the 
county all the power of policemen in the several towns, cities, and villages in 
which they shall be so authorized to act as aforesaid: Provided, that every 
policeman appointed under this and the two preceding sections shall, before 
entering upon the duties of his office, enter into bond in the sum of five hun- 
dred dollars, payable to the State of North Carolina, conditioned for the faith- 
ful performance of the duties of his said office, with good and sufficient surety, 
to be passed upon and accepted by and filed with the Corporation Commission. 
Code, s. 1990; 1871-2, c. 138, s. 53; 1907, c. 462. 



PASSENGER RATES— ACT PRESCRIBING THE MAXIMUM CHARGE 
WHICH RAILROAD COMPANIES MAY MAKE FOR TRANSPORTING 
PASSENGERS IN NORTH CAROLINA, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. 

Section 1. That no railroad company doing business as a common carrier 
of passengers in the State of North Carolina shall charge, demand, or receive 
for transporting any passenger and his or her baggage not exceeding in weight 
two hundred pounds, from any station on its railroad in North Carolina to 
any other station on its road in North Carolina, a rate in excess of two and 
one-half cents per mile; and for transporting children under twelve years 
and over five years, one-half of the rate above prescribed; and for transporting 
children under five years of age, accompanied by any person paying fare, no 
charge whatever shall be made: Provided, that where the amount of the ticket 
at the prescribed rate would amount to any figure between two multiples of 
five, the price of the ticket shall be the multiple of five which is nearest the 
price of the ticket at the rate above mentioned; or, in the event that the 
amount is equidistant between the multiples of five, the price charged for the 
ticket shall be on the basis of the higher of those two multiples of five: Pro- 
vided further, that no charge less than ten cents shall be required: Provided 
further, that independently owned and operated railroad companies in North 
Carolina whose mileage of road in said State is one hundred miles or less 
may charge a rate not exceeding three cents per mile: Provided further, that 
independently owned and operated railroad companies in North Carolina 
whose mileage of road in said State is ten miles or less may charge the same 
rate which is now in existence on said roads. This provision shall not extend 
to branch lines of railroad companies controlling over one hundred miles of 



24 JS". C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

road, whether chartered in or out of the State. Also, that newly constructed 
railroads, or the portion of railroad which may be newly constructed, be 
exempt from the operations of this act for two years after completion, to the 
extent that they may charge a rate in no case to exceed" three cents per mile. 
A charge of fifteen cents may be added to the fare of any passenger when the 
same is paid on the train, if the ticket might have been procured within a 
reasonable time before the departure of the train. 

Sec. 2. In the case that any railroad company operating as a common car- 
rier of passengers in the State of North Carolina is owned, controlled, or 
operated by lease or other agreement by any other railroad company doing 
business in the State, the rate for carrying passengers thereon as prescribed 
by this act shall be determined for the said railroad company by the rate 
prescribed by this act for the railroad company which owns, controls, or 
operates the same. 

Sec. 3. That any railroad company violating any of the provisions of this 
act, or counseling, ordering, or directing any employee, agent, or servant to 
violate any provision of this act, -by charging, demanding, or receiving any 
rate greater than that fixed by this act, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and 
on conviction shall be fined not less than five hundred dollars and not more 
than five thousand dollars; and any agent, servant, or employee of any rail- 
road company who shall violate this act shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, 
and on conviction shall be fined or imprisoned, or both, in the discretion of 
the court. 

Sec. 4. That any person or persons, except those permitted by law, who 
accept free transportation shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and on convic- 
tion shall be fined or imprisoned, or both, in the discretion of the court; and 
any railroad, or its employees or agents, giving free transportation of any 
kind whatsoever, except that permitted by law, shall be guilty of a misde- 
meanor, and on conviction shall be fined not less than five hundred dollars 
or more than two thousand dollars for each offense. 

Sec 5. That an act entitled "An act prescribing the maximum charges rail- 
roads may make for transporting passengers in North Carolina," ratified on 
the second day of March, one thousand nine hundred and seven, be and the 
same is hereby repealed. 

Sec 6. That no railroad company, or agent, servant, or employee of any 
railroad company, shall be held liable to any person, or found guilty of any 
offense in any action, civil or criminal, whether heretofore or hereafter insti- 
tuted or begun, by reason of anything done or attempted to be done in viola- 
tion of said act mentioned in the preceding section hereof, or of any provision 
thereof. 

Sec 7. That the Corporation Commission of North Carolina shall have no 
power to change, alter, modify, or in any way affect the enforcement of or 
operation of any of the provisions of this act, or of chapter two hundred and 
sixteen of the Public Laws of North Carolina of one thousand nine hundred 
and seven, except as the same shall be therein specifically authorized, or of 
the enforcement of any penalties for violating the provisions thereof; and all 
laws and parts of laws in conflict herewith are hereby repealed. 

Sec 8. That section two thousand six hundred and eighteen of the Revisal 
of one thousand nine hundred and five is hereby repealed, and all laws and 
clauses of laws in conflict with this act are hereby repealed. 



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Sec. 9. That this act shall be in force from and after April the first, one 
thousand nine hundred and eight. 

In the General Assembly read three times, and ratified this the 1st day of 
February, A. D. 1908. 1908, c. 144. 



FREIGHT RATES— MAXIMUM CHARGES— JOINT HAUL DEDUCTION- 
DISCRIMINATION— CARS FOR LOADING. 

Section 1.* That the Corporation Commission, created by the laws of North 
Carolina, shall not, in fixing the maximum rates and charges or tariff of rates 
or charges for any common carrier transporting freight in North Carolina, 
permit or allow any such common carrier to charge, collect, or receive a greater 
toll, charge, or rate for the transportation of any article of freight or com- 
modity embraced in the present classification fixed and prescribed, or ap- 
proved by said Corporation Commission, where the initial point of shipment 
is on the road or line of one common carrier in this State and the terminal 
point of said shipment is on the line or road of another common carrier in 
this State, than is the sum of the present local rates now established, pre- 
scribed, or approved by said Corporation Commission, less a reduction of 
twenty-five per centum of the said local rates on all railroads for which 
there is now made or prescribed a reduction for a joint haul; and on those 
railroads for which there is not now prescribed a reduction on joint hauls 
a reduction of fifteen per centum of the local rates now established, pre- 
scribed by said Corporation Commission for said railroads: Provided, that 
those railroads of this class whose rates are lower than the Corporation Com- 
mission's standard of freight rates, may be permitted by said Commission 
to adopt the standard rates prescribed by said Commission: Provided, that 
the Corporation Commission is hereby empowered to reduce the said local 
rates whenever in its opinion and after investigation by it it shall determine 
that a lower rate is reasonable: Provided further, that present local rates 
now established, prescribed, or approved by said Corporation Commission 
shall not be increased by classification or otherwise: (Amendment:) Pro- 
vided further, that the Corporation Commission shall have power, when it 
is made to appear that it is just to do so, to exempt from the operation of 
section one of said chapter two hundred and seventeen of the Public Laws 
of one thousand nine hundred and seven that part of the charges of a joint 
haul which is over the line or lines of a railroad company, which company 
now owns, leases, or operates not more than one hundred and twenty-five 
miles of railroad in or out of this State. 1908, c. 126. (Amendment:) 
Provided further, that the reductions provided herein on joint hauls shall 
not operate in any case to make a through joint haul over two or more lines 
of road between two given and particular points less than the standard 
freight tariff prescribed by the Corporation Commission applied as a con- 
tinuous haul over the lines owned by one company for a short-line distance 
between the two particular points in this State. 1913, c. 152. 

Sec. 2. That any railroad company doing business in the State of North 
Carolina, or officer or agent thereof, who shall give to any person or shipper 
any advantage over another person or shipper under like circumstances, by 



*For basis for joint haul rates between railroad lines more than 75 miles in length see Standard 
Tariff (page 81). 



26 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

way of any rebate or reduced rate not authorized by law, or by the North 
Carolina Corporation Commission, or which shall make charges for shipments 
of freight in violation of the provisions of this act, or shall wilfully discrimi- 
nate in the matter of service in favor of one person or corporation against 
another under like circumstances, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and such 
corporation shall, upon conviction, be fined not less than one hundred dollars, 
and such officer or agent shall be fined or imprisoned, or both, in the discre- 
tion of the court; and any shipper or consignee of any freight in the State 
of North Carolina who shall knowingly accept any rebate or other considera- 
tion or service from any railroad company which is not allowed or given 
other shippers or consignees under like or similar circumstances, and which 
is not allowed by law, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and fined or im- 
prisoned, in the discretion of the court. 

Sec. 3. That whenever any person, firm, or corporation intending to ship 
freight makes a written application to any railroad company for a car or cars 
to be loaded in car-load lots with any kind of freight embraced in the tariffs 
of said company, stating in said application the character of the freight, the 
number of cars wanted, the station, depot, siding, wharf or boat-landing on 
the road or line of said railroad company whence the shipment is to be 
moved, and its final destination, the railroad company shall furnish the said 
car or cars within four days from seven o'clock a. m., the day following such 
application, which said application shall be delivered to the agent of the 
railroad company at the station at or nearest the point of shipment. Any 
railroad company failing to furnish the car or cars named in said written 
application shall be subject to a penalty of five dollars per car per day for 
each car not furnished, to be recovered by the person, firm, or corporation 
making said application: Provided, that the said railroad company before 
furnishing the car or cars upon said application of the shipper may require 
the person, firm, or corporation applying for the same to deposit five dollars 
for each car so demanded at the time the application is made, which said 
deposit of five dollars for each car may be retained by the said railroad com- 
pany as a forfeit for trackage in case the car or cars are not loaded within 
forty-eight hours after notice of the placing of said car or cars in accord- 
ance with said demand: Provided, that the Corporation Commission may 
excuse from the penalties imposed by this section independent lines not 
owned, operated, or controlled by any other line or system when trackage 
is less than one hundred miles. 1907, c. 217. 



UNION DEPOTS— COMMISSION AUTHORIZED TO REQUIRE RAIL- 
ROADS TO ERECT AND MAINTAIN IN TOWNS OF TWO THOUSAND 
INHABITANTS. 

Section 1. Whenever two or more railroads now or hereafter may main- 
tain freight depots and a union passenger depot within one mile of a town of 
two thousand population for the convenience of the inhabitants thereof, and 
do not enter the corporate limits of said town, it shall be the duty of the Cor- 
poration Commission, upon the petition of a majority of the qualified voters 
of the said town, which petition shall be properly sworn to by the signers 
thereof, to require and compel, where practicable, the said railroads to run 



ACTS RELATING TO THE COMMISSION 27 

their lines into or through the corporate limits of the said town and con- 
struct, equip and maintain suitable passenger and freight depots at some 
convenient place or places therein, and the passenger depot shall be a union 
station and be built and maintained by the several railroads according to a 
plan and in such manner as shall be approved by the Corporation Com- 
mission. 

Sec. 2. Whenever a petition shall be filed with the Corporation Commission 
as aforesaid, the said Corporation Commission shall set a day for the hearing 
thereof, which day shall be not more than twenty days from the filing of said 
petition, and shall immediately cause a notice to issue to the railroads inter- 
ested in the matter set out in the petition, and after the hearing of the matter 
on the day named in said notice, the said Commission, if a majority of its 
members shall deem it practicable, shall thereupon cause an order to be made 
requiring the said railroads to build, equip, and maintain in a suitable man- 
ner, roadbeds, yards, and depots, and any other necessary buildings or equip- 
ment at convenient places within the limits of said town, as a majority of 
them shall deem proper for the needs and growth of the business and in- 
habitants of said town. 

Sec. 3. The said order of the Corporation Commission to the said railroads 
shall name a time within which all the necessary work of entering the said 
town and construction of depots and other buildings shall be completed and 
opened to the public for the transaction of business, and the said railroads, 
for every day beyond the said time that they shall not be in operation accord- 
ing to the said order, shall pay the sum of fifty dollars for each and every 
day for such failure and neglect, to the board of commissioners or aldermen 
of said town, which shall be for the benefit of the said town, this amount 
to be recovered as in other actions. 

Sec 4. This act shall also apply to any railroad that may hereafter enter 
into or run within one mile of the corporate limits of said town, and the Cor- 
poration Commission shall have the power to require such railroads to unite 
with the other railroads in maintaining the depots, tracks, and other struc- 
tures, and also pay such part of the cost thereof as to the said Corporation 
Commission may seem proper. 

Sec. 5. The said railroads shall have the power to condemn such quantity 
of lands, including gardens, yards, residences, and the premises pertaining 
thereto, as shall be - necessary for the purpose of this act, the condemnation 
proceedings to be had in the same manner as now provided by the Revisal of 
one thousand nine hundred and five and amendments thereto. 1907, c. 465. 
(See sec. 1097, subsec. 3.) 



DOUBLE TRACKING, ACT TO PERMIT RAILROAD COMPANIES TO 
ACQUIRE LANDS FOR. 

Section 1. That whenever any railroad company operating a line of rail- 
road in North Carolina shall find it necessary to occupy any land for the pur- 
pose of getting to a union depot which has been ordered by the Corporation 
Commission, or for the purpose of maintaining, operating, improving, or for 
straightening its line or of altering its location, or of constructing double 
tracks, or of enlarging its yard or terminal facilities, or of connecting two of 
its lines already in operation not more than six miles apart, such company 



28 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

shall have the power to condemn all lands needed for such purpose. The pro- 
ceedings shall be such as are provided in the Revisal of one thousand nine 
hundred and five, chapter sixty-one. More than two acres may be condemned 
for yard or terminal facilities if required for due operation of the railroad. 
That no lands in any incorporated towns shall be condemned under this act 
without the same being approved by the Corporation Commission: Provided, 
hoivever, that the power to condemn land as herein provided shall be en- 
forcible and matters arising in regard thereto shall be tried only in the 
courts created by or under the Constitution of the State of North Carolina. 

Sec. 2. That no yard, garden, or dwelling-house shall be condemned under 
the provisions of this act unless the Corporation Commission, upon petition 
filed by the railroad seeking to condemn, shall, after due inquiry, find that the 
railroad company cannot make the desired improvement without condemning 
the yard, garden, or dwelling-house, except at an excessive cost. 

Sec. 3. No rights granted or acquired under the provisions of this act shall 
in any way destroy or abridge the rights of the State to regulate or control 
such railroad company or to exclude foreign corporations from doing business 
in this State. 

Sec. 4. This act shall be construed as an entirety, and if any part thereof 
be declared unconstitutional, the entire act shall be void. 

Sec. 5. That all laws and clauses of laws in conflict with this act are hereby 
repealed. 1907, c. 458. 



ASSESSMENT OP REAL ESTATE OF RAILROAD COMPANIES IN THE 
STOCK-LAW TERRITORY FOR LOCAL BENEFIT, ACT TO PROVIDE 
FOR. 

Section 1. That the North Carolina Corporation Commission shall assess 
the value of real estate belonging to any railroad company within stock-law 
territory in this State at the same time that they assess railroad property for 
general purposes. 

Sec 2. That every railroad company shall report to the Corporation Com- 
mission, on blanks to be furnished by them, mileage of such railroad within 
the stock-law territory, width of right of way, weight of rails, value of rails 
and ties, number, description, and value of all structures within the stock-law 
territory, and all other information necessary to enable the Corporation Com- 
mission to ascertain the value of said real estate. That after assessment shall 
be made it shall not be changed until the year for the assessment of real prop- 
erty for general tax purposes, except that the Corporation Commission shall 
correct any assessment of real property on which any structure over one 
hundred dollars ($100) in value may have been erected, or on which any 
structure of like value may have been destroyed, as the value of said real 
estate may be affected thereby. 

Sec. 3. This act shall be in force from and after its ratification. 

Sec 4. All laws in conflict with this act are hereby repealed. 1907, c. 459. 



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MILEAGE EXCHANGE, ACT TO REQUIRE RAILROADS TO SUPPLY 
ADDITIONAL FACILITIES AT DEPOTS FOR. 

Section 1. That all railroad companies of one hundred miles or more in 
length doing business in whole or in part in the State of North Carolina are 
hereby required to provide and keep at all depots in cities or towns of two 
thousand and over in population, as fixed by the United States Census of the 
year 1910, two windows, opening in the waiting-room for passengers of the 
race using the greatest amount of mileage or coupon books, for the sale or 
exchange of fares on all passenger trains in North Carolina; one of said 
windows to be used for the sale of cash fares exclusively, and the other for 
the sale and exchange of mileage or coupon books. Each window to be 
attended by an agent whose duty it shall be to wait upon the traveling public, 
during the hours now prescribed, for the sale of cash fare tickets and the sale 
and exchange of mileage or coupon books; and that over each such window the 
said railroad companies shall be and they are hereby required to place and 
keep a sign painted in plain letters, "Mileage Exchange," and "Cash Fares," 
respectively: Provided, that the provisions of this act shall not apply to any 
railroad company in North Carolina as aforesaid selling mileage or coupon 
books at a rate of not more than two cents per mile and pulling or taking 
the same on the train: Provided further, that all the provisions of this sec- 
tion shall apply to the following railroad junctions in this State, irrespective 
of population, namely, Dunn, Selma, Maxton, Hamlet, Norlina, and Sanford. 

Sec. 2. That the Corporation Commission of North Carolina shall upon 
complaint, and in its discretion, apply the provisions of section one of this act 
to railroad junctions in this State not named in the proviso of section one of 
this act, and to cities or towns of less than two thousand population, and said 
Corporation Commission may in like manner take out, in its discretion, cities 
or towns of over two thousand population. And when the said provisions of 
section one of this act are so applied by said Corporation Commission, then 
all the provisions of this act shall apply to all the said railroads, and they 
shall be subject to all such penalties as are herein provided for failure to 
comply with this act. 

Sec. 3. Any railroad company failing to comply in good faith with the 
provisions of this act shall be liable to a penalty of fifty dollars per day for 
each city or town where such failure occurs covered by the provisions of this 
act, or taken in by the Corporation Commission as herein provided, to be 
recovered by any citizen demanding cash fare or mileage ticket at any depot 
in any town in this State within the provisions of this act, in an action 
brought by any such passenger. 

Sec. 4. Any legal holder of any such mileage book shall be privileged to 
have his baggage checked before the exchange of mileage for a ticket entitling 
such holder to transportation upon the surrender of the baggage slip forming 
a part of such mileage book for the requisite number of miles and the pay- 
ment of all proper excess baggage charges. 

Sec. 5. That this act shall be in full force and effect from and after the 
first day of May, 1911. 1911, c. 41. 



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MILEAGE EXCHANGE— SUPPLEMENTAL ACT. 

Whereas the present General Assembly has enacted a law which, among 
other provisions, requires railroad companies to check baggage upon presenta- 
tion of mileage books and the removal therefrom of the baggage slips, but as 
provided in said act there is no method by which the convenience of the 
public can be protected and the rights of the railroad companies safeguarded; 
and whereas it is desirable that reasonable regulations, with regard to both of 
said purposes, shall be provided, to be put in effect on the first day of May, 
1911, when the said act shall go into effect: now, therefore, 

The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact: 

Section 1. That the Corporation Commission is hereby empowered and 
directed to take into consideration the fourth section of the present act of the 
General Assembly referred to in the preamble of this act and promulgate such 
rules and regulations, with regard to checking baggage on mileage tickets, 
within the opinion of the said Corporation Commission as shall be necessary 
and proper to safeguard and protect both the convenience of passengers and 
the rights of railroad companies, and the said rules and regulations of the 
said Corporation Commission, when so promulgated, shall have the same 
force and effect as if the said regulations were a part of section four of 
this act. 

Sec. 2. The Corporation Commission shall formulate and promulgate the 
said rules on or before the fifteenth day of April, and the railroad companies 
shall, after the first day of May, check baggage upon such mileage in accord- 
ance with the rules and regulations which shall be so promulgated. 

Sec. 3. This act shall be in force from and after its ratification. 1911, 
c. 124. 



INDUSTRIAL SIDINGS, RIGHT OF EMINENT DOMAIN FOR. 

Section 1. That when any railroad company doing business in the State of 
North Carolina, whether such railroad be a domestic or a foreign corporation, 
has been or shall be ordered by the North Carolina Corporation Commission 
to constuct an industrial siding, as provided by subsection five of section one 
thousand and ninety-seven of the Revisal of one thousand nine hundred and 
five, power is hereby conferred upon such railroad company to exercise the 
right of eminent domain for such purpose and to condemn property in the 
manner and under the rules provided by law for the condemnation of prop- 
erty by railroad companies generally, to acquire such right of way as may 
be necessary to carry out the orders of the North Carolina Corporation Com- 
mission. 

Sec. 2. That whenever it is necessary for any railroad company doing busi- 
ness in the State of North Carolina to cross a street or streets in a town or 
city in order to carry out the orders of the North Carolina Corporation Com- 
mission, to construct an industrial siding, the power is hereby conferred upon 
such railroad company to occupy such street or streets of any such town or 
city in the State of North Carolina: Provided, license so to do be first ob- 



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tained from the board of aldermen, board of commissioners, or other govern- 
ing authorities of such town or city. 

Sec. 3. That this act shall be in force from and after its ratification. 1911, 
c. 203. (See sec. 1097, subsec. 5.) 



HOURS OP SERVICE OF RAILROAD EMPLOYEES. 

Section 1. That chapter 456 of the Public Laws of one thousand nine hun- 
dred and seven be and the same is hereby repealed. 

Sec 2. That it shall be unlawful for any common carrier, its officers or 
agents, subject to this act, to require or permit any employee subject to this 
act to be or remain on duty for a longer period than sixteen consecutive hours, 
and whenever any such employee of such common carrier shall have been 
continuously on duty for sixteen hours he shall be relieved and not required 
or permitted again to go on duty until he has had at least ten consecutive 
hours off duty; and no such employee who has been on duty sixteen hours in 
the aggregate in any twenty-four-hour period shall be required or permitted to 
continue or again go on duty without having had at least eight consecutive 
hours off duty: Provided, that no operator, train dispatcher, or other em- 
ployee who by the use of the telegraph or telephone dispatches, reports, trans- 
mits, receives, or delivers orders pertaining to or affecting train movements 
shall be required or permitted to be or remain on duty for a longer period 
than nine hours in any twenty-four-hour period in all towers, offices, places, 
and stations continuously operated night and day, nor for a longer period 
than thirteen hours in all towers, offices, places, and stations operated only 
during the daytime, except in. case of emergency, when the employees named 
in this proviso may be permitted to be and remain on duty for four addi- 
tional hours in a twenty-four-hour period on not exceeding three days in any 
week: Provided further, the Corporation Commission may, after full hearing 
in a particular case, and for good cause shown, extend the period within 
which a common carrier shall comply with the provisions of this proviso as 
to such case. 

Sec. 3. That any such common carrier, or any officer or agent thereof, 
requiring or permitting any employee to go, be, or remain on duty in viola- 
tion of the second section hereof shall be liable to a penalty of not to exceed 
five hundred dollars for each and every violation, to be recovered in suit or 
suits to be brought in the name of the State of North Carolina on relation of 
the Corporation Commission in the Superior Court of Wake County or of the 
county in which the violation of this act occurred; and it shall be the duty 
of the said Corporation Commission to bring such suits upon satisfactory in- 
formation lodged with it; but no such suit shall be brought after the expira- 
tion of one year from the date of such violation; and it shall be the duty of 
the said Corporation Commission to lodge with the proper solicitors informa- 
tion of any such violations as may come to its knowledge. In all prosecu- 
tions under this act the common carrier shall be deemed to have knowledge 
of all acts of all its officers and agents: Provided, that the provisions of this 
act shall not apply in any case of casualty or unavoidable accident or the 
act of God; nor where the delay was the result of a cause not known to the 
carrier or its officer or agent in charge of such employee at the time said 
employee left a terminal, and which could not have been foreseen: Provided 



32 - N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

further, that the provisions of this act shall not apply to the crews of wreck- 
ing or relief trains: Provided further, that this act shall not be construed 
to impose a penalty upon any common carrier for any act done in violation 
of the act of Congress, ratified March fourth, one thousand nine hundred and 
seven, and entitled "An act to promote the safety of employees and travelers 
upon railroads by limiting the hours of service of employees thereon," or 
any acts amendatory thereof. 

Sec. 4. That it shall be the duty of the Corporation Commission to execute 
and enforce the provisions of this act, and all powers granted to the Corpora- 
tion Commission are hereby extended to it in the execution of this act. 1911, 
c. 112. 



INTERLOCKING OR AUTOMATIC SIGNALS AT RAILROAD GRADE 

CROSSINGS. 

Section 1. Amend chapter four hundred and sixty-nine, Public Laws of 
one thousand nine hundred and seven, subsection C of section one, to make it 
read as follows: "To require the raising or lowering of any tracks or high- 
way at any highway or railroad crossing, and to designate who shall pay for 
the same; and, when they think proper, partition the cost of abolishing grade 
crossings, and the raising or lowering of said track or highway among the 
railroads and municipalities interested." 

Sec. 2. By adding to the end of section one, subsection D, as follows: "To 
require, when public safety demands, when and in case two or more railroads 
now cross or may hereafter cross each other, at a common grade, or any rail- 
road crosses any stream or harbor by means of a bridge, to install and main- 
tain such a system of interlocking or automatic signals as will render it safe 
for engines and trains to pass over such crossings or bridge without stopping, 
and to apportion the cost of installation and maintenance between said rail- 
roads as may be just and proper." 

Sec. 3. That this act shall be in force from and after its ratification. 1911, 
c. 197; 1913, c. 63. 



AN ACT REQUIRING THE USE OF ELECTRIC OR POWER HEAD- 
LIGHTS ON CERTAIN LOCOMOTIVE ENGINES. 

Section 1. That every company, corporation, lessee, manager, or receiver 
owning or operating a railroad in this State is hereby required to equip and 
maintain and use upon each and every locomotive in operation in railroad 
service on main lines in this State an electric or power headlight of at least 
one thousand five hundred candle power, measured without the aid of a re- 
flector: Provided, that only twenty -five per cent of said locomotives not now 
so equipped shall be required to be so equipped or used by April first, one 
thousand nine hundred and ten; another twenty-five per cent by April first, 
one thousand nine hundred and eleven; another twenty-five per cent by April 
first, one thousand nine hundred and twelve, and the remainder by April first, 
one thousand nine hundred and thirteen: Provided, that this act shall not 
apply to locomotive engines regularly used in switching cars or trains; and 
further providing that this act shall not apply to locomotive engines used 



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exclusively between sunup and sundown, nor going to nor returning from 
repair shops when ordered in for repairs: Provided further, that this act 
shall not apply to independently owned and operated railroad companies in 
this State whose mileage of road in this State is one hundred and twenty-five 
miles or less, nor to railroads having only lines extending into this State, no 
one of which is one hundred miles in length in this State: Provided further, 
the Corporation Commission may relieve from the operation of this act such 
locomotives and roads or parts or sections or branches of roads upon which 
the said Corporation Commission may deem electric or power headlights not 
advisable: Provided further, that should an engine start on a trip with the 
headlights in good working condition, and from some unavoidable cause such 
headlight becomes disabled and cannot be repaired on the line of the road 
on which such run is being made, there shall be nothing in this act to prevent 
said engine from continuing on said trip, and the railroad shall not be liable 
for prosecution on account of such failure. 

Sec. 2. That any company, corporation, lessee, manager, or receiver violat- 
ing the provisions of this act shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. 

Sec. 3. That this act shall be in force from and after its ratification. 

Ratified this the 5th day of March, A. D. 1909.— Chapter 446, Laws 1909. 



AN ACT TO REGULATE ELECTRIC LIGHT, POWER, WATER, AND GAS 

COMPANIES. 

Section 1. The Corporation Commission shall have such general power, 
control and supervision of all electric light, power, water, and gas companies 
and corporations, other than such as are municipally owned or conducted, and 
of all persons, companies, and corporations, other than municipal corpora- 
tions, now or hereafter engaged in the business of furnishing electricity, 
electric light, current, or power and gas, as it now has over railroad and 
other corporations as set forth in chapter twenty of the Revisal of one thou- 
sand nine hundred and five and the acts supplemental and amendatory 
thereof. 

Sec. 2. That the said Commission shall have full power and authority to 
fix, establish, and regulate the rates or charges of such persons, companies, or 
corporations, to make such investigations and orders, and establish and en- 
force rules, regulations, fines, and penalties as it has over railroads. 

Sec 3. That when any such rates or charges are fixed, established, or pro- 
mulgated by the Commission, the same shall be deemed just, reasonable, and 
proper, and any rate or charge whatsoever made and collected by any such 
persons, company, or corporation other than that fixed, established, or pro- 
mulgated by the Commission, shall be deemed unjust and unreasonable. 

Sec. 4. Any person, company, or corporation affected by any order or de- 
cision of the Corporation Commission under this act may except to any rates, 
charges, rules, regulations, orders, or findings of the Commission and appeal 
therefrom to the Superior Court in the same manner as provided in cases of 
other appeals from said Commission. 

Sec. 5. All proceedings before the Commission in regard to such corpora- 
tions, including the right of appeal, shall be the same as prescribed for rail- 
roads. 

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Sec. 6. The Corporation Commission shall make reasonable and just rules 
and regulations: 

1. To prevent discrimination in furnishing electricity, electric light, cur- 
rent, power, or gas. 

2. To prevent the giving, paying, or receiving of any rebate or bonus, 
directly or 'indirectly, or the misleading or deceiving the public in any manner 
as to real rates or charges for electricity, electric lights, current, power, or gas. 

Sec. 7. It is the intention of this act to give the said Corporation Commis- 
sion the same control, power, and supervision over such persons, companies, 
and corporations named in this act as it has over railroad corporations in this 
State. 

Sec. 8. Any and all laws or clauses of laws in conflict with this act are 
hereby repealed. 

Sec. 9. This act shall be in full force and effect from and after its ratifica- 
tion. 

Ratified this the 11th day of March, A. D. 1913.— Chapter 127, Public Laws, 
Session 1913. 



AN ACT TO REGULATE THE CROSSINGS OF TELEPHONE, 
TELEGRAPH, AND ELECTRIC POWER LINES. 

Section 1. That power is hereby conferred on the Corporation Commission, 
whenever any telephone, telegraph, or electric power lines do now or may 
hereafter cross, to require such crossing to be constructed and maintained in a 
safe manner, so that the wires of one line will not fall upon the other; to pre- 
scribe the manner in which this shall be done; to discontinue or prohibit 
such crossings where they are unnecessary and can reasonably be avoided; 
and to apportion the cost of proper changing and construction of such cross- 
ings among the lines interested, as to said commissioners may seem just: 
Provided, that in all crossings made dangerous by the presence of high- 
tension wire or wires of any power or light company, the cost shall be paid 
by such power or light company. 

Sec. 2. That all laws in conflict with this act are hereby repealed in so far 
as they conflict with the same. 

Sec. 3. That this act shall be in force from its ratification. — Chapter 130, 
Laws of 1913. 



A RESOLUTION IN REGARD TO THE ATLANTIC AND YADKIN 
RAILWAY COMPANY. 

Whereas the General Assembly of 1889, by chapter 98 of the Private Laws 
of North Carolina, duly chartered and incorporated the Atlantic and Yadkin 
Railway Company, vesting it with certain powers and rights; and whereas 
at the time of the incorporation of said railway company the said incorpo- 
rators had become purchasers and owners of a line of railway extending from 
Wilmington via Fayetteville and Sanford to Mount Airy, which line of rail- 
way, at the time it was purchased by the said Atlantic and Yadkin Railway 
Company, was a continuous line of railway; and whereas, after the purchase 
of the said line of railway by the Atlantic and Yadkin Railway Company, the 



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same was dismembered by selling a part thereof to the Wilmington and Wel- 
don Railroad Company and another part to the Southern Railway Company, 
which act many patrons of the road claim was illegal and renders transporta- 
tion over said line inefficient: Be it 

Resolved by the House of Representatives of North Carolina, the Senate con- 
curring: 

Section 1. That the Corporation Commission be and it is hereby author- 
ized, empowered, and directed, without unnecessary delay, to investigate 
fully any matters pertaining to the sale of any part of the said Atlantic and 
Yadkin Railway Company to the Wilmington and Weldon Railroad Company 
and to the Southern Railway Company; and in order to obtain information 
concerning the same, the said Corporation Commission is empowered to sub- 
poena witnesses and examine them, and to cause persons or corporations to 
produce books or other documents in their possession with reference to the 
sale or transfer of any portion of said railway. 

Sec. 2. That the facts disclosed by such investigation shall be laid before 
the Attorney-General, and if in his opinion an action can likely be maintained, 
he shall institute on behalf of the State a suit in the State courts', or present 
such facts, accompanied by his opinion, to the Attorney-General of the United 
States, with request that he institute on behalf of the Government a suit 
against the Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad Company, and its successors in 
title, and against all other necessary persons or corporations, for the purpose 
of setting aside and declaring void such sale and dismemberment. 

Sec 3. That this act shall be in force from and after its ratification. — Reso- 
lution 48, 1913. 



AN ACT TO PROVIDE SHELTERS FOR WORKMEN AT DIVISION 
POINTS OP RAILWAY COMPANIES. 

Section 1. That it shall be and is hereby made the duty of every person, 
firm, corporation, or company that may now or hereafter own, control, or 
operate any line or lines of railroad in the State of North Carolina to erect 
and maintain at every division point where cars are regularly taken out of 
trains for repairs or construction work, or where other railroad equipment is 
regularly made, repaired, or constructed, a building or shed, with a suitable 
and sufficient roof over the repair and construction track or tracks, so as to 
provide that all men or employees permanently employed in the construction 
and repair of cars, trucks, or other railroad equipment, of whatever descrip- 
tion, shall be under shelter and protected during snows, rains, sleets, hot sun- 
shine, and other inclement weather: Provided, the Corporation Commission 
shall have the power to direct the points at which sheds shall be erected and 
the character of the sheds: Provided further, that such order shall only be 
made after a hearing, of which public notice shall have been given. 

Sec 2. That on and after the first day of December, nineteen hundred and 
thirteen, any person, firm, corporation, or company failing to comply with the 
requirements set out in section one of this act shall be guilty of a misde- 
meanor, and for each and every offense shall be fined not less than one hun- 
dred dollars nor more than five hundred dollars. 



36 W. C. CORPOKATION COMMISSION 

Sec. 3. That each and every day that any person, firm, corporation, or com- 
pany shall refuse or fail to comply with the provisions of this act after the 
first day of December, nineteen hundred and thirteen, shall constitute a sepa- 
rate offense and violation of the provisions of section one hereof. 

Sec. 4. That this act shall be in full force and effect from and after its 
ratification. — Chapter 65, 1913. 



AN ACT TO PROVIDE FUNDS FOR THE PREPARATION AND PROSE- 
CUTION OF FREIGHT RATE CASES INSTITUTED BY CORPORATION 
COMMISSION BEFORE THE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. 

Section 1. That the Corporation Commission of North Carolina he author- 
ized to employ such rate experts as it may deem advisable to assist in the 
preparation and prosecution of the cases it has instituted or may hereafter 
institute before the Interstate Commerce Commission for the reduction of 
freight rates into and out of North Carolina. 

Sec. 2. That the sum of five thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may 
be necessary, is hereby appropriated to pay said experts and all such other 
costs and expenses as the said Corporation Commission may lawfully incur in 
the preparation and prosecution of said rate cases, the same to be audited 
and allowed by the Auditor. 

Sec 3. That this act shall be in force from and after its ratification. — 
Chapter 22, 1913. 



AN ACT TO PROVIDE AN EXPERT ACCOUNTANT FOR THE CORPORA- 
TION COMMISSION, AND OTHERWISE PROVIDE CLERICAL ASSIST- 
ANCE. 

Section 1. That the Corporation Commission, by and with the approval of 
the Governor, is hereby authorized to appoint an additional clerk, who shall 
be an expert accountant, well versed and experienced in railroad and transpor- 
tation rates, and also such other clerical help as in the opinion of the Com- 
mission and Governor shall be necessary for a proper discharge of the duties 
of the said Commission in dealing with public-service corporations operating 
in this State: Provided, that not more than six thousand dollars annually 
shall be expended for this purpose. 

Sec. 2. That the Governor of North Carolina is hereby authorized and em- 
powered to employ from time to time, at the expense of the State, such special 
counsel as he and the Corporation Commission shall deem wise, to assist the 
Attorney-General in enforcing and making effective the jurisdiction and pro- 
mulgations of said Commission with reference to freight and other transpor- 
tation rates, at a cost not exceeding one thousand dollars in any one year. 

Sec 3. That this act shall be in force from and after its ratification. — Chap- 
ter 58, Extra Session, 1913. 



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AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE STEAMBOAT COMPANIES TO CONDEMN LAND 
FOR WHARF AND WAREHOUSE FACILITIES WHEN NECESSARY TO 
SERVE THE CONVENIENCE OF THE PUBLIC. 

Section 1. That the Corporation Commission be and is hereby authorized 
to require steamboat companies to provide such wharf and warehouse facili- 
ties as may be reasonable and just. 

Sec 2. That upon order of the Corporation Commission that any steam- 
boat company provide wharf and warehouse facilities as may be deemed 
reasonable and just, at any particular point, that such steamboat company 
shall have power to condemn land for such purpose in the same manner as is 
now provided by law for railroad companies to condemn land for constructing 
a line of railroad or building depots. 

Sec. 3. That this act shall be in force from and after its ratification. — Chap- 
ter 52, Extra Session, 1913. 



AN ACT TO EXTEND THE TIME FOR LOADING RAILROAD CARS FOR 
SHIPMENT BEFORE DEMURRAGE MAY BE CHARGED. 

Section 1. That no railroad or transportation company doing business in 
the State of North Carolina shall make any charge on account of demurrage, 
or while a car, whether the same be a refrigerator car or not, is being loaded 
for shipment, until the same shall have remained at the place of loading for 
forty-eight hours from the time it has been so placed: Provided, that the 
Corporation Commission considers such to be reasonable; and if the Corpora- 
tion Commission considers such to be reasonable, then it may prescribe rules 
regulating the matters mentioned in this section. 

Seb. 2. That this act shall be in force and effect from and after its ratifica- 
tion. — Chapter 55, Extra Session, 1913. 



BANKING LAWS OF NORTH CAROLINA. 

(Revisal of 1905, as Amended by Laws 1907, 1909, 1911, 1913.) 





BANKS. 




CHAPTER 7. 


I. 


Creation, 


II. 


Powers and duties, 


III. 


Stockholders, 


IV. 


Corporation Commission, 


V. 


Bank examiners, 




I. Creation. 



222—227 
228—234 
235—239 
240—245 
246—251 



222. How incorporated. Any number of persons, not less than three, who 
may be desirous of forming a company, and engaging in the business of estab- 
lishing, maintaining and operating banks of discount and deposit to be known 
as commercial banks, or of engaging in the business of establishing, maintain- 
ing and operating offices of loan and deposit to be known as savings banks, or 
of establishing, maintaining and operating banks having departments for both 
classes of business, or operating banks engaged in and doing a trust, fiduciary 
and surety business, shall be incorporated in the manner following, and in no 
other way; that is to say, such persons shall, by a certificate of incorporation, 
under their hands and seals, set forth: 

1. The name of the corporation; no name shall be assumed already in use 
by another existing corporation organized under the laws of this State or of 
the Congress, or so nearly similar thereto as to lead to uncertainty or con- 
fusion. 

2. The location of its principal office in the State. 

3. The nature of its business, whether that of commercial bank, or savings 
bank, or both. 

4. The amount of the total authorized capital stock, the number of shares 
into which it is divided, and the par value of each share, which shall be either 
fifty dollars or one hundred dollars; the amount of capital stock with which 
it will commence business, which shall not be less than five thousand dollars 
in cities and towns of fifteen hundred population or less; nor less than ten 
thousand dollars in cities and towns whose population exceeds fifteen hundred, 
but does not exceed five thousand; nor less than twenty-five thousand dollars 
in all other places; the population to be ascertained by the last preceding 
National census; and if there be more than one class of stock, a description 
of the different classes, with the terms on which the respective classes of stock 
are created. 

5. The names and postoffice addresses of the subscribers for stock and the 
number of shares subscribed by each ; the aggregate of such subscription shall 
be the amount of the capital stock with which the company will commence 
business. 

6. Period, if any, limited for the duration of the company. 
1903, c. 275, ss. 1, 2; 1901, c. 769; 1907, c. 829. 

223. Certificates of incorporation; how signed, proved and filed. The 
certificate of incorporation shall be signed by the original incorporators, or a 
majority of them, and shall be proved, or acknowledged, before an officer duly 



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authorized under the laws of this State to take the proof or acknowledgment 
of deeds. Such certificate of incorporation, when so proved, shall be filed in 
the office of the Secretary of State, who shall, if the same shall be in accord- 
ance with law, thereupon cause the same to be recorded in his office in a book 
to be kept for that purpose, and known as the Corporation Book, and he shall, 
upon the payment of the organization tax and fees, certify under his official 
seal two copies of the said certificate of incorporation and probates, one of 
which shall be forthwith recorded in the office of the Clerk of the Superior 
Court of the county where the principal office of said corporation in this State 
shall or is to be established, in a book to be known as the Record of Incorpo- 
rations, and the other certified copy shall be filed in the office of the Corpora- 
tion Commission, and thereupon the said persons shall become a body politic 
and corporate under the name stated in such certificate. The said certificate 
of incorporation, or a copy thereof duly certified by the Secretary of State or 
by the Clerk of the Superior Court of the county in which the same is re- 
corded, or by the Clerk of the Corporation Commission, under their respective 
seals, shall be evidence in all courts and places, and shall, in all judicial pro- 
ceedings, be deemed prima facie evidence of the complete organization and 
incorporation of the company purporting thereby to have been established. 
1903, c. 275, s. 3; 1901, c. 2, s. 9; 1903, c. 343. 

224. Payment of capital stock. At least fifty per cent of the capital stock 
of every bank shall be paid in in cash before it shall be authorized to com- 
mence business, and the remainder of the capital stock of such bank shall be 
paid in monthly installments of at least ten per cent in cash of the whole of 
the capital, payable at the end of each succeeding month from the time it 
shall be authorized by the Corporation Commission to commence business, 
and the payment of each installment shall be certified to the Corporation 
Commission, under oath, by the cashier or president of the bank. 1903, c. 
275, s. 10 (amended) : Provided, that no bank shall be authorized to com- 
mence business with less than a paid-in capital stock of five thousand dol- 
lars. 1909, c. 911. 

225. Statement filed before beginning business. Before such company 
shall begin the business of banking or banking and trust, fiduciary or surety 
business, there shall be filed with the Corporation Commission a statement, 
under oath, by the cashier or president, containing the names of all of the 
directors and officers, with the date of the election or appointment, term of 
office, residence and postoffice address of each, the amount of capital stock of 
which each is the owner in good faith, and the amount of money paid in on 
account of the capital stock. Nothing shall be received in payment of capital 
stock but money. 1903, c. 275, ss. 5, 10; 1907, c. 829, s. 2. 

226. Authorized to begin business, when and how. If from such state- 
ment, or upon an examination, if such examination appears necessary, it ap- 
pears to the Corporation Commission that such corporation is lawfully entitled 
to commence the business of banking, banking and trust, fiduciary or surety 
business, it shall within thirty days after the filing of the certificate required 
by law, give to such corporation a certificate signed by the chairman of the 
Corporation Commission, attested by the secretary of the Commission, that 
such corporation has complied with all the provisions required to be com- 
plied with before commencing the business of banking, and that such corpo- 
ration is authorized to commence such business. 1903, c. 275, s. 7; 1907, c. 
829, s. 3. 



40 K. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

227. Authority to begin business withheld, when. The Corporation Com- 
mission may withhold from any bank, hanking and trust, fiduciary or surety 
company, its certificate authorizing the commencement of business whenever 
it has reason to believe that the stockholders have formed the same for any 
other purpose than the legitimate objects contemplated by this chapter. 
1903, c. 275, s. 6; 1907, c. 829, s. 4. 

II. Powers and Duties. 

228. Powers. In addition to the powers conferred by law upon private cor- 
porations, banking corporations, banking and trust companies doing a fiduci- 
ary and surety business shall have power — 

1. To exercise by its board of directors or duly authorized officers or agents, 
subject to law, all such powers as shall be necessary to carry on the business 
of banking, by discounting and negotiating promissory notes, drafts, bills of 
exchange and other evidences of debt, by receiving deposits, by buying and 
selling exchange, coin and bullion, by loaning money on personal security or 
real or personal property. Such corporations at the time of making loans or 
discounts may take and receive in advance such interest as may be agreed 
upon, not exceeding the legal rate. 

2. To purchase, hold and convey real estate for the following purposes: 
1st. Such as shall be necessary for the convenient transaction of its busi- 
ness, including with its banking offices other apartments to rent as a source 
of income, which investment shall not exceed twenty-five per cent of its 
paid-in capital stock and permanent surplus: Provided, that this provision 
shall not apply to any such investment made before the ninth day of March, 
one thousand nine hundred and three. 

2d. Such as is mortgaged to it in good faith by way of security for loans 
made or money due to such bank. 

3d. Such as is conveyed to it in satisfaction of debts previously contracted 
in the course of its dealings. 

4th. Such as it acquires by sale under execution or judgment of any court 
in its favor. 

Any and all power and privileges heretofore granted and given to any per- 
son, firm or corporation doing a banking business in connection with a fidu- 
ciary and surety business or the right to deal to any extent in real estate 
inconsistent with this act are hereby repealed. 1903, c. 275, ss. 8, 9; 1907, c. 
829, s. 5. 

228a. Limitation on trust company as to real estate holdings. Such bank 
and trust company doing a general banking and trust, fiduciary and surety 
business, and dealing in real estate, shall not invest more than twenty-five 
per cent of the capital stock and permanent surplus in real estate, unless 
to protect its loans, debts contracted in the course of its dealings, or acquired 
by sale under execution or judgment of any court in its favor. 1907, c. 
829, s. 6. 

229. When bank may purchase its stock. No bank shall be the holder 
as pledgee or as purchaser of any portion of its capital stock, unless such pur- 
chase shall be necessary to prevent loss upon a debt previouly contracted in 
good faith. 1903, c. 275, s. 1. 

230. Reorganization. Whenever any bank, under the laws of this State or 
of the United States, is authorized to dissolve, and shall have taken the neces- 
sary steps to effect dissolution, it shall be lawful for a majority of the direc- 



BANKING LAWS OF NORTH CAROLINA 41 

tors of such bank, upon the authority in writing of the owners of two-thirds 
of its capital stock, with the approval of the Corporation Commission, to 
execute articles of incorporation as provided in this chapter, which articles, 
in addition to the requirements of law, shall further set forth the authority 
derived from the stockholders of such dissolved National bank or State bank, 
and upon filing the same as hereinbefore provided for the organization of 
banks, the same shall become a bank under the laws of this State, and there- 
upon all assets, real and personal, of the dissolved National bank shall, by 
operation of law, be vested in and become the property of such State bank, 
subject to all liabilities of such National bank not liquidated under the laws 
of the United States before such reorganization. 1903, c. 275, s. 17. 

231. Reserve fund. Every bank or banking and trust company doing busi- 
ness and engaging in a banking, trust, fiduciary or surety business and deal- 
ing in real estate, shall at all times have on hand as a reserve in available 
funds an amount equal to at least fifteen per cent of the aggregate amount 
of its deposits. Two-fifths of such fifteen per cent shall be cash in the vaults 
of the bank. Savings banks shall have on hand at all times, as a reserve in 
available funds, an amount equal to at least five per cent of their aggregate 
deposits. 1903, c. 275, s. 28; 1907, c. 829, s. 7. 

232. Available funds; when below reserve; no new loans or dividends. 
The available funds shall consist of cash on hand and balances due from other 
solvent banks. Cash shall include lawful money of the United States, and ex- 
change for any clearing house association. Whenever the available funds of 
any bank shall fall below the reserve herein required, such bank shall not 
make any new loans or discounts otherwise than by discounting or purchasing 
bills of exchange payable at sight; nor shall such bank make any dividends of 
its profits until it has on hand the available funds required by this chapter. 
1903, c. 275, s. 29. 

233. Loans to one person not to exceed ten per cent of capital. The 
total liabilities to any bank or banking institution or banking or trust com- 
pany doing a fiduciary and surety business and dealing in real estate, of any 
person, or of any company, corporation or firm for money borrowed, including 
in the liabilities of a company or firm the liabilities of the several members 
thereof, shall at no time exceed one-tenth part of the amount of the capital 
stock of such bank or banking institution actually paid in. But the discount 
of bills of exchange drawn in good faith against actually existing values and 
the discount of commercial or business paper actually owned by the person 
negotiating the same shall not be considered as money borrowed. This sec- 
tion shall not apply to banks with a paid-up capital of one hundred thousand 
dollars or less. 1897, c. 298, s. 3; 1897, c. 432; 1907, c. 829, s. 8. 

234. Chapter on corporations applicable. All of the provisions of law 
relating to private corporations, and particularly those enumerated in the 
chapter entitled Corporations, not inconsistent with this chapter, or with the 
business of banking, shall be applicable to banks. 1903, c. 275, s. 4. 

III. Stockholders. 

235. Individual liability of. The stockholders of every bank organized 
under the laws of North Carolina, whether under the general law or by special 
act, shall be individually responsible, equally and ratably, and not one for 
another, for all contracts, debts and engagements of such corporation, to the 



42 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

extent of the amount of their stock therein at par value thereof, in addition to 
the amount invested in such shares. The term "stockholders," when used in 
this chapter, shall apply not only to such persons as appear hy the books of 
the corporation to be stockholders, but also to every owner of stock, legal or 
equitable, although the same may be on such books in the name of another 
person; but shall not apply to a person who may hold the stock as collateral 
for the payment of a. debt. 1903, c. 275, s. 13; 1897, c. 298. 

236. Exemptions in special charters repealed. Any exemption from the 
individual liability imposed upon stockholders by the preceding section con- 
tained in the charter of any bank incorporated prior to the first day of Janu- 
ary, one thousand nine hundred and five, is repealed. 1897, c. 298, s. 2. 

237. Executors, trustees, etc., not personally liable. Persons holding 
stock as executors, administrators, guardians, or trustees shall not be person- 
ally subject to any liabilities as stockholders, but the estates and funds in 
their hands shall be liable in like manner and to the same extent as the 
testator, intestate, ward, or person interested in such trust funds would be if 
living and competent to act and hold the stock in his own name. U. S. Rev. 
Stat., s. 5152. 

238. Transferrer not liable, when. No person who has, in good faith and 
without any intent to evade his liability as a stockholder, transferred his 
stock on the books of the corporation to any person of full age, previous to 
any default in the payment of any debt or liability of the corporation, shall 
be subject to any personal liability on account of the nonpayment of such debt 
or liability of the corporation, but the transferee of any stock so transferred 
previous to any default shall be liable for any such debt or liability of the 
corporation to the extent of such stock, in the same manner as if he had been 
the owner at the time the corporation contracted such debt or liability. 1903, 
c. 275, s. 14. 

239. Stock sold if subscription unpaid. Whenever any stockholder or his 
assignee fails to pay any installment on the stock, when the same is required 
by law to be paid, the directors of the bank may sell the stock of such delin- 
quent stockholder at public sale, as they shall deem best, having first given 
the delinquent stockholder twenty days notice, personally or by mail, at his 
latest known address. If no party can be found who will pay for such stock 
the amount due thereon to the bank, with any additional indebtedness of such 
stockholder to the bank, the amount previously paid shall be forfeited to the 
bank and such stock shall be sold as the directors may order within six 
months of the time of such forfeiture, and if not paid, it shall be canceled and 
deducted from the capital of the bank. 1903, c. 275, s. 11. 

IV. Corporation Commission. 

240. May make rules. The Corporation Commission shall have power to 
make such rules for the government of the banks and banking institutions of 
this State, not inconsistent with law, as may in its judgment seem wise and 
expedient. 1903, c. 275, s. 20. 

241. All banking institutions under supervision of. Every bank, corpo- 
ration, partnership, firm or individual, now or hereafter transacting a bank- 
ing business, or banking and trust, fiduciary and surety business, or banking 
and real estate business, under the laws of, and within, this State, shall be 
subject to the provisions of this chapter and regulated by, and be under the 



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supervision of, the Corporation Commission. 1903, c. 275, s. 19; 1907, c. 
829, s. 9. 

242. Quarterly report of banks, etc., to; publication in county. Every 
bank and every corporation, partnership, firm or individual transacting a 
banking business, or banking and trust, fiduciary and surety business, or 
banking and real estate business, shall make to the Corporation Commission 
not less than four reports during each year, according to the form which 
may be prescribed by said Commission; which reports shall be verified in the 
case of incorporated banking companies by the oath or affirmation of the 
president, vice-president or cashier, and, in addition, two of the board of 
directors, and in other cases by the oath or affirmation of the partners, mem- 
bers of the firm or individual owner. The bank, corporation or individual 
making such report shall publish same in some newspaper in the county in 
which such bank, corporation or individual is located. 1903, c. 275, s. 21; 
1907, c. 829, s. 10. 

242a. Quarterly reports of trust and surety companies. Every person, 
firm or corporation or copartnership doing a banking and trust and fiduciary 
and surety or guarantee business shall make to the Corporation Commission 
not less than four reports during each year, showing the entire amount of 
trust and surety and fiduciary and guarantee business as a part of the liabili- 
ties of said banking institution, which report shall be published as are the 
reports of other banking institutions. If any person, firm, copartnership or 
corporation shall show by said reports, or by the examination of the bank 
examiner, that such liabilities are equal to the amount of the capital stock, 
the said Corporation Commission shall have the authority, and it is hereby 
empowered to make such rules and regulations and reductions of said liabili- 
ties as it may deem necessary for the protection of the creditors and deposi- 
tors of such banking institution. 1907, c. 829, s. 11. 

243. Special reports. The Corporation Commission shall have power to 
call for special reports from any bank, corporation, firm or individual trans- 
acting a banking business, whenever necessary in order to obtain a full and 
complete knowledge of such bank. 1903, c. 275, s. 22. 

244. Annual report of stockholders. Every bank shall at all times keep 
a correct record of the names of all its stockholders, and once in each year, or 
whenever called upon, file in the office of the Corporation Commission a cor- 
rect list of all of its stockholders, with the number of shares held by each. 
1903, c. 275, s. 16. 

245. Penalty for failure to report, etc. Every bank, corporation, part- 
nership, firm or individual that shall refuse, fail or neglect to make any 
report, or any published statement required by the provisions of this chapter, 
shall be subject to a penalty of two hundred dollars. The penalty herein 
provided for shall be recovered by the State in a civil action in any court of 
competent jurisdiction, and it shall be the duty of the Attorney-General to 
prosecute all such actions. 1903, c. 275, s. 26. 

V. Bank Examiners. 

246. Appointed by Corporation Commission. The Corporation Commission 
shall appoint a suitable person or persons to make an examination of and 
into the affairs of every bank, corporation or individual doing a banking 
business, as often as shall be deemed necessary and proper, and at least once 



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every year. And it shall also be the duty of the said bank examiner to verify 
the report made by the directors or members or individual conducting any 
banking institution as required by section two hundred and twenty-six. The 
Corporation Commission may at any time remove any person appointed by 
it. 1903, c. 275, s. 23; 1905, c. 539. 

247. Powers. Such examiners shall have power to make a thorough ex- 
amination into all the books, papers and affairs of the bank or corporation, 
firm or individual transacting a banking business, and in so doing to admin- 
ister oaths and affirmations and to examine on oath or affirmation any in- 
dividual banker and the officers, agents, partners and clerks of such bank, 
corporation, firm or individual touching the matters he or they shall be 
authorized and directed to inquire into and examine, and to summon and, 
by attachment, compel the attendance of any person or persons in this State 
to testify under oath before him or them in relation to the affairs of such 
corporation, partnership, firm or individual. 1903, c. 275, s. 24. 

248. Keports by, to Corporation Commission. Bank examiners shall make 
a full and detailed report in writing to the Corporation Commission of the 
condition of each corporation, partnership, firm or individual doing a banking 
business, within ten days after each and every examination made by them. 
1903, c. 275, s. 24. 

249. Annual examination; expenses paid by bank. One examination 
each year shall be designated as the annual examination, and for such exami- 
nation the bank, corporation or individual so examined shall pay into the 
office of the Corporation Commission, to be paid to the examiners, an exami- 
nation fee, as follows: Banks, banking institutions or individuals doing a 
banking business, having a capital of twenty-five thousand dollars or less, 
shall pay a fee of fifteen dollars; those having a capital stock of more than 
twenty-five thousand dollars and not over fifty thousand dollars, twenty-five 
dollars; those having a capital stock of over fifty thousand dollars, thirty 
dollars. The expenses incurred and services, other than examinations per- 
formed specially for any bank, shall be paid by such bank or banking institu- 
tion. No bank shall be compelled to pay for more than one examination in 
each year, unless it shall appear that the condition of such bank, banking 
institution or banker is precarious, or in any way unsatisfactory; then it 
shall be the duty of the Commission to order a special examination, which 
shall be paid for by such bank at the same rates as the annual examinations. 
1903, c. 275, s. 25 (amended). The salary of the State Bank Examiner shall 
be two thousand four hundred dollars, payable monthly, and the salary of the 
Assistant Bank Examiner shall be one thousand eight hundred dollars, pay- 
able monthly. 1907, c. 994. 

250. Take possession of bank, when; receiver appointed, how. Any bank 
examiner who has filed such bond as may be required by the Commission, 
when ordered by the Commission, shall have authority to take possession of 
any bank doing business under the laws of this State and retain possession 
thereof for a time sufficient to make a thorough examination into its affairs 
and financial condition; and in case it is found by the examiner, upon such 
examination, that such bank is insolvent or is conducting its business in an 
unsafe and unauthorized manner, or is jeopardizing the interests of its 
depositors, then such examiner, when authorized by the Corporation Com- 
mission, shall have full power and authority to take, hold and retain posses- 
sion of all the money, rights, credits, and assets and property of every descrip- 



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tion belonging to such bank, corporation, partnership, firm or individual, until 
the Corporation Commission can receive and act on the report made by the 
examiner of such bank, and have a receiver appointed for the purpose of 
winding up and settling the affairs of such bank, banking institution or 
banker, according to law; and the Corporation Commission is hereby empow- 
ered, in its own name, to institute and maintain civil actions for the appoint- 
ment of receivers in such cases, and for such other relief as may be necessary 
or proper to protect the creditors of such bank. The Commissioners in their 
judgment may grant such bank, corporation or individual sixty days in which 
to correct any errors or irregularities, and make good any deficiencies or 
losses shown in any reports or otherwise. 1903, c. 275, s. 30. 

250a. Eeceiver under control of Commission. When a receiver has been 
appointed for a falling bank or banking institution or corporation doing a 
banking business, the said receiver shall be under the control of the Corpora- 
tion Commission and shall obey its orders in so far as they do not conflict 
with the orders or decrees of the court made in the case. 1907, c. 829, s. 13. 

251. May make arrests, when. When it shall appear to any bank exam- 
iner, by examination or otherwise, that any officer, agent, employee, director, 
stockholder or owner of a bank or banking institution has been guilty of a 
violation of the criminal laws of the State relating to banks and banking 
institutions, it shall be his duty to hold and detain such person until a war- 
rant can be procured for his arrest; and for such purpose such examiner shall 
have and possess all the powers of a peace officer of such county, and may 
arrest without warrant for past offenses. Upon report of his action to the 
Corporation Commission, it may direct the release of the person so held, or, 
if in its judgment such person should be prosecuted, the Commission shall 
cause the solicitor of the judicial district in which such detention is had to 
be promptly notified, and the action against such person shall be continued 
a reasonable time to enable such solicitor to be present at the trial. 



3324. Examiner making false report. If any bank examiner shall know- 
ingly and willingly make any false or fraudulent report of the condition of 
any bank which shall have been examined by him, with the intent to aid or 
abet the officers, owners or agents of such bank in continuing to operate an 
insolvent bank, or if any such examiner shall receive or accept any bribe or 
gratuity, given for the purpose of inducing him not to file any report of an 
examination of any bank made by him, or shall neglect to make an examina- 
tion of any bank by reason of having received or accepted any bribe or 
gratuity, he shall be guilty of a felony, and on conviction thereof shall be im- 
prisoned in the State's prison for not less than four months nor more than 
ten years. 1903, c. 275, s. 24. 

3325. Officers and agents, malfeasance of. If any president, director, 
cashier, teller, clerk or agent of any bank or other corporation shall embezzle, 
abstract or wilfully misapply any of the moneys, funds, or credits of the 
bank, or shall, without authority from the directors, issue or put forth any 
certificate of deposit, draw any order or bill of exchange, make any accept- 
ance, assign any note, bond, draft, bill of exchange, mortgage, judgment or 
decree, or make any false entry in any book, report or statement of the bank 
with the intent in either case to injure or defraud or to deceive any officer 



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of the bank, or if any person shall aid or abet in the doing of any of these 
things, he shall be guilty of a felony, and upon conviction shall be imprisoned* 
in the State's Prison for not less than four months nor more than fifteen 
years, and likewise fined, at the discretion of the court. 1903, c. 275, s. 15. 

3326. Statements, making false. If any person shall wilfully and know- 
ingly subscribe to, or make, or cause to be made, any false statement or false 
entry in the books of any bank, corporation, partnership, firm or individual 
transacting a banking business, or shall knowingly subscribe to or exhibit 
false papers, with the intent to deceive any person authorized to examine into 
the affairs of said bank, corporation, partnership, firm or individual, or shall 
wilfully and knowingly make, state or publish any false statement of the 
amount of the assets or liabilities of any such corporation, partnership, firm 
or individual, he shall be guilty of a felony, and upon conviction thereof shall 
be imprisoned in the State's Prison not less than four months nor more than 
ten years. 1903, c. 275, s. 27. 



AN ACT FIXING THE LIABILITY OF A BANK TO ITS DEPOSITORS FOR 
PAYMENT OF FORGED OR RAISED CHECKS. 

Section 1. That no bank, banking institution or trust company doing busi- 
ness in this State shall be liable to a depositor for the payment by it of a 
forged or raised check or order to pay money, unless within six months after 
the return to the depositor of the voucher of such payment said depositor 
shall notify the bank that the check so paid is forged or raised. 

Sec. 2. That all laws and clauses of laws in conflict with the provisions of 
this act are hereby repealed. 

Sec. 3. That this act shall be in force from and after its ratification. 1909, 
c. 105. 



AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE DEPOSITS STANDING IN THE NAME OF A 
MINOR IN ANY STATE OR NATIONAL BANK TO BE PAID DIRECTLY 
TO SUCH MINOR. 

Section 1. That whenever any deposit shall be made by or in the name of 
any person who is a minor of the age of fifteen years and upwards, in any 
State bank in this State or in any National bank in this State, the same shall 
be held for the exclusive right and benefit of such minor, free from the con- 
trol of all persons whomsoever, and it shall be paid, together with the interest 
thereon, if there be any interest, to the person in whose name the deposit shall 
be made, and the receipt, check or acquittance of such minor to the said State 
bank or National bank shall be valid and sufficient release and discharge for 
such deposit or any part thereof to the corporation, State bank or National 
bank in which said deposit was made: Provided, that this act shall not apply 
to deposits prior to the passage of this act. 1907, c. 750. 



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AN ACT AUTHORIZING PAYMENT OF DEPOSITS IN TRUST. 

The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact: 

Section 1. That whenever any deposits shall be made in any bank, banking 
institution or trust company doing business in this State by any person in 
trust for any person who is a minor of the age of fifteen years and upward, 
and no other or further notice of the existence and terms of a legal and valid 
trust shall have been given to the bank, in the event of the death of the 
trustees, the same or any part thereof, together with the dividends or interest 
thereon, may be paid to the person for whom said deposit was made: Pro- 
vided, the amount of said deposit is not in excess of fifty dollars ($50.00). 

Sec. 2. That this act shall be in force from and after its ratification. 1909, 
c. 459. 



AN ACT TO VALIDATE CERTAIN PROBATES OF DEEDS. 

Section 1. That in all cases when acknowledgment of proof of any convey- 
ance has been taken before a clerk of the Superior Court, justice of the peace, 
or notary public, who was at the time a stockholder or officer in any corpora- 
tion, bank or other institution which was a party to such instrument, the cer- 
tificates of such clerk of the Superior Court, justice of the peace, or notary 
public shall be held valid, and are so declared. 

Sec. 2. That section one thousand and fifteen of the Revisal be amended by 
striking out the word "five" in line four and inserting the word "seven." 

Sec. 3. That no notary public shall have power or authority to take the 
proof and acknowledgment of deeds or other papers required by law to be 
registered in the office of the register of deeds of a county, or take the private 
examination of a feme covert to any such paper in which he is interested as 
attorney, counsel or otherwise, nor to administer an oath to any person to any 
affidavit or other paper in matters in which he is interested as attorney, 
counsel or oherwise. 

Sec. 4. That this act shall not affect pending actions. 1907, c. 1003. 



AN ACT TO AMEND SECTION 2234 OF THE REVISAL. 

Section 1. Every negotiable instrument is payable at the time fixed therein 
without grace (except as allowed by the succeeding section). When the day 
of maturity falls upon Sunday or a holiday, the instrument is payable on the 
next succeeding business day. There shall be no difference between Saturday 
and any other secular or business day, as far as negotiable instruments are 
concerned. 

Sec. 2. This act shall be in force from and after July first, one thousand 
nine hundred and seven. 1907, c. 897; 1909, c. 800. 



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AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR THE BETTER ENFORCEMENT OF THE 
LIABILITY OF STOCKHOLDERS IN STATE BANKS. 

Section 1. That whenever any banking corporation chartered by the State 
shall become insolvent, and it shall appear to the court having jurisdiction of 
the cause that such assets of such bank are insufficient to discharge its obliga- 
tions, and that it will be necessary to assess the shares of stock issued by 
such bank as provided by law, an accounting may be had in the original 
action and the shareholders made parties defendants thereto; and when upon 
the facts found it shall be adjudged that such deficiency exists and the 
amount thereof determined, the court shall assess the stock of such corpora- 
tion equally and ratably, and not in excess of the limitation provided by 
statute, and adjudge the holders thereof indebted to the receiver of such cor- 
poration in proportion to the amount of stock therein credited to them upon 
the books of such bank within thirty days next preceding its suspension, and 
the certificates and shares of stock shall thereafter be evidence as against 
all shareholders of an indebtedness due such receiver equivalent to the assess- 
ment thereon, and such judgment shall establish the amount of the deficiency, 
the necessity of the assessment, the names of the shareholders, and their 
several liabilities as such. 

Sec. 2. That the receiver of such bank shall be empowered to demand, sue 
for, and collect by lawful process all indebtedness due from shareholders of 
such bank, whether such shareholders, or any of them, reside within or with- 
out the State, and wherever they or any of them or their legal representatives 
may be served with process, or wherever any property belonging to them, or 
any of them, or the estate of any of them, may be subject to attachment, 
garnishment, or other lawful process, and all indebtedness due from such 
shareholders, or any of them, their representatives or estates, shall be payable 
to the said receiver as corporate assets, and the title thereto shall be vested 
in such receiver, to be by him applied for the equal benefit of all persons 
entitled to share in the distribution of the fund and disbursed ratably under 
the orders of the court. 

Sec. 3. That the creditors of such insolvent State bank, and any of them, 
may be proper parties plaintiff to any action instituted by the receiver thereof 
against its shareholders, but they shall not be deemed necessary parties 
thereto. 

Sec 4. That when any State bank shall make a voluntary assignment of its 
assets to trustees, such fact shall be prima facie evidence of insolvency, and 
sufficient to authorize the appointment of a receiver. 

Sec 5. That no transfer of the shares of stock in any insolvent State bank 
made within thirty days of its suspension shall operate to release or discharge 
the assignor thereof, but shall be prima facie evidence that such shareholder 
assigned the same with the knowledge of the insolvency of such bank and 
with an intent to avoid liability thereon. 

Sec 6. That the receiver of any insolvent State bank shall have the right, 
after an assessment upon the shares of stock therein, to institute civil actions 
against all or any of the shareholders therein within ten years next after 
such assessment, to reduce the liability thereon to final judgment. 

Sec 7. That this act shall be effectual in all actions heretofore instituted 
by receivers of State banks, and shall be in full force and effect from and after 
its ratification. 1911, c. 25. 



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AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR THE AUDITING OP BOOKS OP 
CORPORATIONS. 

Section 1. That upon request of twenty-five per cent of the stockholders of 
any private corporation organized under the laws of North Carolina, doing 
business in said State, it shall be the duty of the officers of said corporation 
to have all the books of said corporation audited by some competent account- 
ant, to the end that the final status of said corporation may be ascertained. 

Sec. 2. That all laws and clauses of laws in conflict with this act are hereby 
repealed. 

Sec 3. That this act shall be in force from and after its ratification. 1911, 
c. 174. 



AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE EMPLOYMENT OF ADDITIONAL BANK 

EXAMINERS. 

Section 1. That the Corporation Commission be authorized to employ an 
additional assistant bank examiner when in its judgment it may be necessary 
to do so to comply with requirement of banking laws, that every State bank 
shall be examined at least once every year, at a salary not to exceed eighteen 
hundred dollars ($1,800) per year: Provided, that the salary of all bank 
examiners shall not exceed in any one year the fees collected from the banks 
for such examinations. 1913 (Special Session), c. 36. 



AN ACT TO PROHIBIT FOREIGN CORPORATIONS FROM DOING A 
FIDUCIARY BUSINESS IN THIS STATE AND LIMITING THE USE OF 
THE WORD "TRUST." 

The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact: 

Section 1. No corporation organized under the laws of any State other 
than North Carolina or organized under the laws of any foreign country 
shall be eligible or entitled to qualify in this State as executor, administrator, 
guardian or trustee under the will of any person domiciled in this State at 
the time of his death. 

Sec. 2. That no corporation shall be hereafter chartered under the laws of 
North Carolina with the word "trust" as a part of its name, except corpora- 
tions reporting to and under the supervision of the Corporation Commission; 
nor shall any corporate name be so amended as to include the word "trust" 
unless the corporation be under such supervision. 

Sec. 3. No person, firm, association or corporation domiciled within the 
State of North Carolina, except only corporations reporting to and under the 
supervision of the Corporation Commission of this State shall therein adver- 
tise and put forth any sign as a trust company or in any way solicit or 
receive deposits or transact business as a trust company, or use the word 
"trust" as a part of his or its name or title: Provided, that this act shall not 
be held to prevent any individual, as such, from acting in any trust capacity 
as heretofore. Any violation of any provision of this section shall constitute 
a misdemeanor, and on conviction thereof the offender shall be fined in a sum 
not exceeding five hundred dollars for each offense. 1915, c. 196. 

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AN ACT TO PUNISH DEROGATORY STATEMENTS AFFECTING BANKS. 

The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact: 

Section 1. Any person who shall wilfully and maliciously make, circulate 
or transmit to another or others any statement, rumor or suggestion, written, 
printed, or by word of mouth, which is directly or by inference derogatory 
to the financial condition or affects the solvency or financial standing of any 
bank, savings bank, banking institution or trust company doing business in 
this State, or who shall counsel, aid, procure or induce another to start, 
transmit or circulate any such statement or rumor, shall be guilty of a mis- 
demeanor, and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine or im- 
prisonment in the discretion of the court. 

Sec. 2. That all laws and clauses of laws in conflict with this act are 
hereby repealed. 

Sec 3. That this act shall be in force from and after its ratification. 1915, 
c. 273. 



AN ACT TO PREVENT THE PERPETRATION OF FRAUD BY GIVING 
WORTHLESS CHECKS, DRAFTS AND ORDERS. 

The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact: 

Section 1. That every person who, with intent to cheat and defraud an- 
other, shall obtain money, credit, goods, wares, or any thing of value by 
means of a check, draft or order of any kind upon any bank, person, firm or 
corporation, nor indebted to drawer, or where he has not provided for the 
payment or acceptance, and the same be not paid upon presentation, shall 
be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction shall be fined or imprisoned, 
or both, at the discretion of the court; the giving of the aforesaid worthless 
check, draft or order shall be prima facie evidence of intent to cheat and 
defraud. 1906, c. 975; 1909, c. 647. 



RULES OF PRACTICE IN CASES AND PROCEEDINGS 

BEFORE THE 

COURT OF THE NORTH CAROLINA CORPORATION COMMISSION. 



Public Sessions. 

1. The general sessions of the court for the hearing of contested cases will 
be held at its office in the agricultural building, Raleigh, N. C, on the first 
Wednesday of each month at 11 o'clock a. m. Where special sessions are held 
at other places, such regulations as may be necessary will be made by the 
court. 

Parties. 

2. Where a complaint concerns anything done or omitted to be done by only 
a single carrier no other need be made a party, but if it relates to joint 
tariffs, or matters in which two or more carriers doing business under a com- 
mon control, management, or arrangement for a continuous carriage or ship- 
ment are interested, all the carriers constituting such line must be made 
parties. A complaint may embrace several carriers, or lines of carriers, 
operated separately, in the same proceeding, when the subject-matter of the 
complaint involves substantially the same alleged violation of the law by the 
several carriers or lines. Persons or carriers not parties may apply, in any 
pending case or proceeding, for leave to intervene and to be heard upon the 
questions involved. 

GENERAL RULES. 

Proceedings Before the Court. 

3. All petitions and complaints, made before the court for redress of alleged 
grievances must plainly and distinctly set forth the grounds of complaint, the 
items being numbered and objections all set forth in writing. In like manner 
all defenses must be distinctly set forth in writing, and the items numbered 
as above stated. These specifications, whether of complaint or defense, may 
be accompanied, if the parties desire, by an explanation or argument, or by 
any suggestion as to the proper remedy or policy, and may be verified by the 
affidavit of the party complaining or petitioning, taken before any person 
authorized to administer oaths in North Carolina, and when the complaint 
or petition is verified, then the answer thereto shall be verified, and the veri- 
fication shall conform to the rules prescribed in the Code of North Carolina 
for the verification of pleadings. The parties may also be heard in person or 
by attorney, or by written argument, upon such written statement being first 
filed. 

4. If a carrier complained against shall deem the complaint insufficient to 
show a breach of legal duty, it may, instead of filing an answer, serve on the 
complainant notice for a hearing of the case on the complaint; and in case of 
the service of such notice, the facts stated in the complaint will be taken as 
admitted. A copy of the notice must at the same time be filed with the court. 

• The filing of an answer will not be deemed an admission of the sufficiency of 
the complaint, but a motion to dismiss for insufficiency may be made at the 
hearing. 



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Service of Papers. 

5. Copies of notices or other papers must be served upon the opposite par- 
ties to the proceeding, personally or by mail, and when any party shall have 
appeared by attorney, the service upon the attorney shall be deemed proper 
service upon the party. If party so notified shall fail to answer within ten 
days after such notice, then the court in its discretion may grant the relief 
demanded. 

Amendments. 

6. Upon application by any petitioner or party, amendments may be allowed 
by the court, in its discretion, to any petition, answer, or other pleading in 
any proceeding before the Commission. 

Adjournment and Extension of Time. 

7. Adjournment and extension of time may be granted upon the application 
of parties, in the discretion of the court. 

Stipulations. 

8. Parties to cases and proceedings before the court may, by stipulation, 
duly signed by them and filed with the secretary, agree upon the facts, or 
any portion of the facts, they deem to be involved in the controversy, which 
agreed statement shall be regarded and used as evidence. It is desirable that 
the facts be thus agreed upon whenever practicable. 

Hearings. 

9. Upon issue being joined by the service of answer, the court will assign a 
time and place for hearing the same, which will be at its office in Raleigh, 
N. C, at its regular session, unless otherwise ordered. Witnesses will be 
examined orally before the court, unless testimony be taken or facts agreed 
upon as otherwise provided in these rules. The petitioner or complainant 
must in all cases prove the existence of the facts alleged to constitute a viola- 
tion of the act, unless the carrier complained of shall admit the same, or 
shall fail to answer the complaint. Facts alleged in the answer must also be 
proved by the carrier, unless admitted by the petitioner. In cases of failure 
to answer, the court will take such proof of the charge as may be deemed 
reasonable and proper, and make such order thereon as the circumstances of 
the case appear to require. 

Witnesses and Depositions. 

10. Subpoenas requiring the attendance of witnesses will be issued by any 
member of the court in all cases and proceedings before it, and witnesses will 
be required to obey the subpoena served upon them requiring their attendance 
or the production of any books, papers, tariffs, contracts, agreements, or docu- 
ments relating to any matter under investigation or pending before the court. 
When a subpoena is desired for the production of books, papers, or other docu- 
mentary evidence, special application must be made to the court therefor, 
specifying the documentary evidence desired. When a cause is at issue on 
petition and answer, each party may proceed at once to take depositions of 
witnesses in the manner provided by section 1357 of the Code of North Caro- 



RULES OF PRACTICE BEFORE THE COMMISSION 53 

lina, and transmit them to the secretary of the Commission without making 
any application to or obtaining any authority from the court for that purpose. 

Proposed Findings of Pact. 

11. Upon the final submission of a case to the court either party may sub- 
mit proposed findings of fact for the consideration of the court, which findings 
must embrace only the material facts of the case supposed to be established 
by the testimony. 

Reports. 

12. Each railroad company doing business within the State of North Caro- 
lina shall file in the office of the court quarterly reports showing in detail 
statement of freight and passenger earnings, operating expenses, etc., on such 
forms as may be prescribed from time to time by the court. 

RULES GOVERNING TRANSPORTATION OF PASSENGERS. 

1. That all common carriers subject to the supervision of the Corporation 
Commission shall provide such means or appliances as may be necessary to 
secure the careful handling of and to prevent injury to any parcel of baggage 
to which a check may be affixed, as provided by law. That at all minor 
stations, where no proper appliances are supplied and no regular depot hand 
is employed, the train hands shall be required to assist the baggage-master, 
and lift with care all baggage from the car doors. 

2. All railroad companies, in addition to the usual bell cord, shall place a 
safety cord in each coach of the regular passenger trains, running through 
the entire length of the same. 

3. It shall be the duty of the Pullman Car Company, at all stations, on the 
stopping of trains, to have the doors of their cars open for the reception of 
passengers and require the porter to have a step ready for the convenience of 
passengers desiring to enter. 

4. It shall be the duty of every railway company operating a railroad in 
this State to place a bulletin board in a conspicuous place at each of its ticket 
offices, upon which shall be bulletined the time that each train, upon which 
passengers are hauled, is due to arrive and depart under its published sched- 
ule. It shall also be the duty of each railway company, at each telegraph 
station upon its line, thirty (30) minutes before the time that its said trains 
are due to arrive at such station, to bulletin the fact upon said board as to 
whether said train is on time or not, and if behind schedule time to state, as 
nearly as can be approximated, the time it is behind; and, whenever there is 
any indefinite delay of any passenger train, it shall be the duty of the rail- 
road company to cause to be bulletined at all of such stations the cause of 
such delay, and the probable continuation thereof, and the passengers aboard 
such train shall also be informed of the probable delay; it shall also be the 
duty of the railroad company to cause its bulletins of all delayed trains to 
be corrected from time to time as the entries thereon can be ascertained by 
them to be incorrect. (Circular No. 79.) 

5. No railroad company will be permitted to discontinue operation of any 
passenger train that has been in operation for a period of six months, or to 
change the schedule of any passenger train so as to break any connection 
that has been established for a period of six months, without first obtaining 
the consent of the Corporation Commission. (Circular No. 212.) 



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Checking Baggage on Mileage Book Before Exchange for Ticket. Condi- 
tions upon which baggage may be checked upon presentation of mileage 
books: By virtue of a supplemental act of the General Assembly of 1911, 
ratified on the 8th day of March, 1911: 

(a) When passengers desire to exercise the privilege of checking baggage 
upon mileage books, railroad companies shall not be required to check the 
baggage unless the mileage book and the baggage are each the property of 
the person for whom the baggage is to be checked. 

(&) That when baggage is checked upon mileage book before coupons have 
been exchanged for a ticket, the baggage agent shall tear off the baggage strip 
for the distance baggage is checked and shall mark or stamp date of issue 
and destination to which baggage is checked on the face or back of such part 
of mileage coupons as correspond with baggage coupons detached. 

(c) The passenger may at any time within twenty-four hours thereafter 
present to the ticket agent this particular mileage book and obtain mileage 
exchange ticket, which ticket shall read to the destination to which baggage 
was checked. 

Failure to present and obtain from the ticket agent a ticket in exchange for 
said marked or stamped mileage coupons within twenty-four hours shall 
cause a forfeiture of that part of the mileage coupons from which the bag- 
gage strip is detached, and the railroad company may refuse to take same in 
exchange for mileage exchange tickets. 

Effective May 1, 1911. 

RULES GOVERNING THE TRANSPORTATION OF FREIGHT. 

1. All connecting railroads which are under the management and control, 
by lease, ownership, or otherwise, of one and the same company, shall, for 
purposes of transportation, in applying this tariff, be considered as consti- 
tuting but one and the same road, and the rates shall be computed as upon 
parts of one and the same road, unless otherwise specified. 

Distances. 

2. Since a separate rate cannot be conveniently given for every possible 
distance, the law authorizes the Commission "to ascertain what shall be the 
limits of longer and shorter distances." Five (5) miles has, accordingly, 
been fixed as the limit for a change of freight rates for all distances less 
than one hundred miles; and ten (10) miles for all distances over one hun- 
dred miles. The commissioners reserve the right, however, to correct the 
charge in extreme cases which work hardship, although the same may not 
violate the letter of our rules. 

3. For all distances over five (5) miles and under one hundred (100) miles, 
the following rule will apply: When the mileage does not end in or 5 the 
nearest mileage so ending shall govern the rate. Illustration: For a distance 
of twenty-seven miles charge for twenty-five miles, for a distance of twenty- 
eight miles charge for thirty miles. 

4. When freight is transported any distance greater than one hundred 
miles, if the mileage does not end in 0, then next ten (10) miles group above 
shall govern the rate. Illustration: For one hundred and twenty-one miles 
charge for one hundred and thirty. 



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5. For distance under twenty miles or over two hundred and fifty miles, a 
reduction of rates may be made without making a change at all stations short 
of two hundred and fifty miles: Provided, however, that when any railroad 
shall make a reduction of rates for distances over two hundred and fifty 
miles, the same shall apply to similar distances on all the roads controlled by 
the same company, and in no case shall more be charged for a less than a 
greater distance. 

Regulations Concerning Freight Rates. 

6. The freight rates prescribed by the Commission are maximum rates, 
which shall not be transcended by the railroads. They may carry, however, 
at less than the prescribed rates: Provided, that if they carry for less for 
one person, they shall for the like service carry for the same lessened rate for 
all persons except as mentioned hereafter; and if they adopt less freight 
rates from one station, they shall make a reduction of the same per cent at 
all stations along the line of the road, so as to make no unjust discrimination 
as against any person or locality. But when there are between any two 
points in this State two or more competing roads not under the same manage- 
ment or in the same system, then the longer line or lines, in order to give 
said points the benefit of competition, may reduce the rates between said two 
points below the standard tariff, without making a corresponding reduction 
at all stations along the lines of said roads: Provided, said reduction shall 
not make the rates* less than the standard tariff rates for the shortest line 
between said points: Provided further, that before taking effect the pro- 
posed change of rates shall be submitted to and approved by the Commission. 
When any special rate is made it shall be submitted to the Commission for 
approval, and such special rates shall not be withdrawn without thirty days 
notice to the Commission. 

7. The rates charged for freight service by regular passenger trains may be 
one and a half times that for first-class freight by ordinary freight trains. 

8. No railroad company shall, by reason of any contract with any express 
or other company, decline or refuse to act as a common carrier, to transport 
any article proper for transportation by the train for which it is offered. 

9. No railroad company doing business within this State shall permit a 
blockade of any class of freight on account of any arrangement existing 
between it and other railroad companies as to the transportation of freight 
according to percentage or otherwise. 

10. There shall be no secret reduction of rates, nor shall any bonus be 
given, or any rebate paid to any person, but the rates shall be uniform to all, 
and public. 

11. The rates specified for ores, sand, clay, rough stone, common brick, 
bone, lumber, shingles, laths, staves, empty barrels, wood, straw, shucKs, 
hay, fodder, corn in ear, tan-bark, turpentine, rosin, tar, household goods, are 
maximum rates, but the roads are left free to reduce them at discretion, and 
all such rates are exempt from the operation of Rule 6. All complaints as to 
such rates will, on presentation, be duly considered. 

12. Vehicles designed for transportation at carrier's risk must be properly 
protected by the shipper with sufficient covering or packing from all liabili- 
ties to injury from fire, weather, chafing, or other injury. 

13. In no case shall the amount collected on L. C. L. shipments exceed the 
charge per car-load for the same class of goods. 



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14. Railroad companies are not required to receive cotton or other mer- 
chandise and warehouse the same unless the articles offered are in good ship- 
ping condition, well prepared hy the shipper with proper packing and legible, 
plain marking, and accompanied with orders for immediate shipping. 

15. Car-load rates apply to a shipment of a car-load or more made by one 
shipper, at one time, to one and the same point of delivery, to the same con- 
signee. 

16. In cases in which the classification of any article is lowered by a per- 
centage, railroad companies which are allowed an increase on the standard 
tariff shall apply the increase allowed to the reduced classification; but in 
cases in which the classification of any article is raised by percentage, rail- 
road companies which are allowed an increase on the standard tariff shall 
not apply said increase to the already increased classification, but only to the 
standard tariff. 

17. All depots situated in incorporated towns and cities in this State must 
be kept open each day (Sunday excepted) for the receiving and delivery of 
freight, as follows: From April 1 to September 30, between the hours of 7 
a. m. and 6 p. m. From October 1 to March 31, 7:30 a. m. and 5 o'clock p. m., 
with an intermission in each case of one hour, from 12 o'clock m. to 1 o'clock 
p. m. 

18. Railroad companies whose lines do not exceed ten miles in length may 
charge from any point on their road the rates prescribed for ten miles. 
(Abrogated. See Laws 1907, c. 217.) 

19. Deduction for joint haul. (See statute and standard freight tariff.) 

20. When railroad rates are affected by water competition the railroads 
may reduce their rates between points so affected without being required to 
reduce intermediate rates: Provided, however, that if complaint is made that 
such competition rates unjustly discriminate against other places or persons 
the commissioners will investigate and rule in each case. 

21. No common carrier shall, for any cause, subject any article of freight to 
unreasonable delay in receiving, delivering, or forwarding the same to its 
desination. 

22. When a shipment is offered at a point where there are two routes over 
connecting lines to destination it shall be the duty of the railroad company 
making shipment to forward same by the shortest route, unless the rate 
charged over the longer route does not exceed that of the shorter, or unless 
otherwise ordered by the shipper. 

23. A charge of no more than two dollars per car will be allowed for switch- 
ing or transferring a car from any point on any road to any connecting road 
or warehouse within a space of one mile from starting point; over one and 
not more than two miles, three dollars; over two miles and not over three 
miles, four dollars, without regard to weight or contents. 

24. When in the transfer of a car between said points it is necessary to pass 
over the line of any intermediate road or roads, the maximum charge of two, 
three, or four dollars, as the case may be, shall be equitably divided between 
the roads at interest. 

25. When a charge is made for the transfer of loaded cars between said 
points no additional charge shall be made for the delivery or return of the 
empty cars. 



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26. All specials less than our standard rates heretofore granted by carriers 
within the jurisdiction of the Commission, and which do not conflict with the 
law preventing unjust discrimination, until further orders, will be enforced. 

Posting Tariffs. 

27. Each railroad company doing business within the State of North Caro- 
lina shall post, and keep posted, at each of its respective stations in a con- 
spicuous place a copy of the schedules of freight and passenger rates pre- 
scribed for said road by the Commission, together with a copy of the commis- 
sioners' classification, and a table of distances between stations, giving name 
of each station. And when any change in said schedule of rates or classifica- 
tion is made, either by the Commission or by any railroad company, a copy 
of said change shall be immediately furnished the office of the commissioners 
and shall also be posted in the same manner as the above. 

28. The rates prescribed by the Commission shall (except in cases specified) 
apply in either direction. 

RULES FOR COMPUTING FRACTIONS. 

When any rate in any class in the Standard Tariff is raised or lowered by 
a per cent, the following rules must be observed: 

First — If the rate thus raised or lowered is in either of classes C, D, F, J, 
or K, the fraction of a half cent must be retained, as the following examples 
will indicate: 

Ex. 1. — Standard rate 6.5 

25 per cent added 1.6 

Total 8.1 

From which deduct fraction, leaving desired rate of 8 cents. 

Ex. 2.— Standard rate 9.5 

20 per cent added 1.9 

Total , 11.4 

Substituting 5 for the fraction, the desired rate is 11.5 cents. 

Ex. 3. — Standard rate 8. 

20 per cent added 1.6 

Total 9.6 

Substituting 5 for the fraction, the desired rate is 9.5 cents. 

Ex. 4. — Standard rate 5.5 

25 per cent added 1.3 

Total 6.8 

Adding a unit instead of a fraction, the desired rate is 7 cents. 



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Second. — If the rate thus raised or lowered be in any other class than those 
already mentioned, omit fraction of less than half a cent and estimate half a 
cent or more as one cent, thus: 

Ex. 1. — Standard rate 17.0 

20 per cent added 3.4 

Total 20.4 

Deducting the fraction, the desired rate is 20 cents. 

Ex. 2. — Standard rate 18.0 

20 per cent added 3.6 

Total 21.6 

Estimating the fraction as a unit, the desired rate is 22 cents. 

Third. — In making reduction, observe the same manner of placing figures 
before deducting the percentage. 

Narrow-gauge railroads, in fixing rates on all freights where a rate per car- 
load is given, will count 15,000 pounds for a car-load, and estimate their 
charge pro rata with rate allowed on standard gauge. 

RULES GOVERNING ERECTION AND LOCATION OF DEPOTS. 

First. — From and after Wednesday, the 26th day of April, 1899, no change 
of freight or passenger depots or flag stations from their present location, nor 
the suspension of the sale of tickets, or the receiving or forwarding of freights 
from stations now in use for such purposes, will be permitted without the con- 
sent of this Commission published in accordance with law. 

Second. — Application for the location of depots and the construction of 
depot buildings must be filed in the North Carolina Corporation Commission 
office, with all information needed for a full and proper understanding of all 
interests to be affected thereby. 



STORAGE AND DEMURRAGE RULES 

ADOPTED BY THE CORPORATION COMMISSION 

WITH 

INSTRUCTIONS AND EXPLANATIONS APPROVED BY THE COMMISSION, 
AS AMENDED TO JANUARY I, 1914. 



DEMURRAGE RULES. 

RULE I. 
Cars Subject to Rules. 

Cars held for or by consignors or consignees for loading, unloading, for- 
warding directions, or for any other purpose, are subject to these Demurrage 
Rules, except as follows: 

(a) Cars loaded with live stock 

(&) Empty cars placed for loading coal at mines or mine sidings, or coke 
at coke ovens. 

(c) Empty private cars stored on carrier's or private tracks, provided such 
cars have not been placed or tendered for loading on the orders of a shipper. 

Note. — Private cars while in railroad service, whether on carrier's or private tracks, are 
subject to these Demurrage Rules to the same extent as cars of railroad ownership. 

(Empty private cars are in railroad service from the time they are placed by the carrier 
for loading or tendered for loading on the orders of a shipper. Private cars under lading 
are in railroad service until the lading is removed and cars are regularly released. Cars 
which belong to an industry performing its own switching service are in railroad service 
from the time they are placed by the industry upon designated interchange tracks and thereby 
tendered to the carrier for movement. If such cars are subsequently returned empty, they 
are out of service when withdrawn by the industry from the interchange; if returned under 
load, railroad service is not at an end until the lading is duly removed.) 

INSTRUCTIONS AND EXPLANATIONS: 

Cars loaded with company material for use of and consigned to the railroad in whose 
possession the cars are held are not subject to demurrage, and shall not be reported by 
agents unless specifically instructed so to do. 

Empty cars placed for loading with company material are subject to demurrage, unless 
the loading is done by the railroad company for which the material is intended and on its 
tracks. 

(a) Empty cars placed for loading live stock by shippers are not exempt and should be 
reported. 

Live poultry is not considered as live stock, and cars so loaded are subject to demurrage. 

(c) Empty private cars stored on tracks switched by carriers, taken for loading without 
order or requisition from shipper, and without formal assignment by carrier's agent, shall 
be recorded as placed for loading when actual loading is begun. 

Note. — Private, cars belonging to an industry which does its own switching, placed upon 
an interchange track for forwarding and refused by the carrier's inspector, shall be released 
from demurrage if withdrawn by the industry from the interchange track within twenty-four 
(24) hours after rejection. 

Private cars are not in railroad service. 

(a) When loaded and unloaded on the tracks of the owner and not moved over the tracks 
of a carrier; 

(b) When placed by the carrier for loading on the tracks of the owner and refused by 
the inspector. 



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RULE II. 

Free Time Allowed. 

Section A. — Forty-eight hours (two days) free time will be allowed for 
loading or unloading on all commodities. 

Section B. — Twenty-four hours (one day) free time he allowed — 

1. When cars are held for switching orders. 

Note. — Cars held for switching orders are cars which are held by a carrier to be delivered 
to a consignee within switching limits and which when switched become subject to an addi- 
tional charge for such switching movement. 

If a consignee wishes his car held at any break-up yard or a hold-yard before notification 
and placement, such car will be subject to demurrage. That is to say, the time held in the 
break-up yard will be included within the 48 hours of free time. If he wishes to exempt 
his cars from the imposition of demurrage, he must either by general orders given to the 
carrier or by specific orders as to incoming freight notify the carrier of the track upon which 
he wishes his freight placed, in which event he will have the full 48 hours free time from 
the time when the placement is made upon the track designated. 

2. When cars are held for reconsignment or reshipment in same car re- 
ceived. 

Note. — A reconsignment is a privilege permitted by tariff under which the original con- 
signee has the right of diversion. In event of the presence of such a privilege in the tariff 
24 hours free time is allowed for the exercise of that privilege by the consignee. A reship- 
ment under this rule is the making of a new contract of shipment by which under a new 
rate the consignee forwards the same car to another destination. 

3. When cars destined for delivery to or for forwarding by a connecting 
line are held for surrender of bill of lading or for payment of lawful freight 
charges. 

4. When cars are held in transit and placed for inspection or grading. 
When cars loaded with grain or hay are so held subject to recognized official 
inspection and such inspection is made after 12 o'clock noon, 24 hours (one 
day) extra will be allowed for disposition. 

5. When cars are stopped in transit to complete loading, to partly unload 
or to partly unload and partly reload (when such privilege of stopping in 
transit is allowed in the tariffs of the carriers). 

6. On cars containing freight in bond for Customs entry and Government 
inspection. 

Section C. — Cars containing freight for transhipment to vessel will be 
allowed such free time at the port as may be provided in the tariffs of the 
carriers. 

INSTRUCTIONS AND EXPLANATIONS: 

To Rule II. — Free Time Allowed. 

Section A. — When the same car is both unloaded and reloaded, each transaction will be 
treated as independent of the other. 

Section B. — 1. Applies to cars held on carrier line for disposition. (See Section B, 2.) 
It also applies to cars held on the carrier line within a switching district consigned to a 
point on a switching line within such district which cannot be received on account of dis- 
ability of the consignee. The carrier line must in all cases give notice in writing to the 
consignee of all cars so held. Time will be computed in accordance with Rule III, Section B. 



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Section B. — 2. Applies to cars held in transit for reconsignment or on order of consignor 
or consignee. (See Rules III, Section B, and IV, Section B.) A change of consignee after 
arrival of car at destination is not a reconsignment under these rules unless a diversion pro- 
vided by tariff is involved. 

Section B. — 4. See last paragraph of instructions pertaining to Rule IV. — Notification. 

RULE III. 
Computing Time. 

Note. — In computing time, Sundays and legal holidays (National, State and Municipal) 
will he excluded. When a legal holiday falls on a Sunday, the following Monday will be 
excluded. 

Section A. — On cars held for loading, time will be computed from the first 
7 a. m. after placement on public-delivery tracks. See Rule VI (Cars for 
Loading). 

Section B. — On cars held for orders, time will be computed from the first 
7 a. m. after the day on which notice of arrival is sent to the consignee. 

Section C. — On cars held for unloading, time will be computed from the 
first 7 a. m. after placement on public-delivery tracks, and after the day on 
which notice of arrival is sent to consignee. 

Section D. — On cars to be delivered on any other than public-delivery 
tracks, time will be computed from the first 7 a. m. after actual or con- 
structive placement on such tracks. See Rule IV (Notification) and Rules V 
and VI (Constructive Placement). 

Note. — "Actual Placement" is made when a car is placed is an accessible position for 
loading or unloading or at a point previously designated by the consignor or consignee. 

Section E. — On cars to be delivered on interchange tracks of industrial 
plants performing their own switching service, time will be computed from 
the first 7 a. m. following actual or constructive placement on such inter- 
change tracks until return thereto. See Rule IV (Notification) and Rules V 
and VI (Constructive Placement). Cars returned loaded will not be recorded 
released until necessary billing instructions are given. 

INSTRUCTIONS AND EXPLANATIONS: 

To Rule III. — Computing Time. 

Note. — The exemption of holidays does not include half holidays. 

Section B. — When orders for cars held for disposition or reconsignment are mailed, such 
orders will release cars at 7 a. m. of the date orders are received at the station where the 
freight is held, provided the orders are mailed prior to the date received; "but orders mailed 
and received on the same date release cars the following 7 a. m. Agents will in all cases 
attach to orders received by mail the envelope inclosing such orders, that there may be on 
file a record of release. 

RULE IV. 

Notification. 

Section A. — Consignee shall be notified by carrier's agent in writing, or as 
otherwise agreed to by carrier and consignee, within 24 hours after arrival of 
cars and billing at destination, such notice to contain point of shipment, car 
initials and numbers, and the contents, and if transferred in transit, the 
initials and number of the original car. In case car is not placed on public- 



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delivery track within 24 hours after notice of arrival has been sent, a notice 
of placement shall he given to consignee. 

Section B. — When cars are ordered stopped in transit, the party ordering 
the cars stopped shall be notified upon arrival of cars at point of stoppage. 

Section C. — Delivery of cars upon private or industrial interchange tracks, 
or written notice to consignee of readiness to so deliver, will constitute notifi- 
cation thereof to consignee. 

Section D. — In all cases where notice is required the removal of any part 
of the contents of a car by the consignee shall be considered notice thereof to 
the consignee. 

INSTKUCTIONS AND EXPLANATIONS: 

To Rule IV. — Notification. 

Agents are cautioned that, in order to be legal, notices of the arrival of cars must be in 
writing, and must contain all of the items of information specified by this rule. An impres- 
sion copy should be retained, and when notice is given on a postal card the impression 
should be of both sides. If delivered by messenger, a receipt should be taken for the notice 
when practicable, in order to avoid possibilities of dispute. 

In many cases it is desirable for both consignee and carrier that notices be given in some 
other way, especially by telephone; but such notices are not legal under this rule except 
when "agreed to by carrier and consignee." In case consignees desire or will accept some 
notice other than the written notice, agents will require a written request from them to that 
effect, and this request, agreed to by the agent, must be retained on file in order to legalize 
the notice. Where the telephone form of notice is adopted, the agent should require the 
name of the receiver of the message when the notice is given. In the absence of specific 
agreements to the contrary, however, agents must not fail to give the regular written notice 
required by this rule. 

When address of consignee does not appear on billing and is not positively known, the 
notice of arrival must be addressed to the billed destination of the shipment and deposited 
in United States mails (in such case preferably inclosed in two-cent stamped envelope bearing 
return address, same to be preserved on file if returned) . See Rule III, Section B and 
Section C. 

Attention is also directed to the fact that when cars are for delivery to public-team tracks, 
and placement is delayed for more than twenty-four (24) hours after notice of arrival is 
given, a notice of placement must also be given to the consignee, and the free time for 
unloading computed according to the notice of placement. 

At stations where grain and hay must be inspected or graded, cars being handled under 
•Rule II, Section B, Paragraph 4, the consignee agreeing with the carrier in writing, for file 
at the station, to accept the bulletining of the car as due and adequate notice of arrival, the 
bulletin must be posted by 9 a. m. of each day, showing the previous twenty -four (24) hours 
receipts, and the free time, twenty-four (24) hours, allowed is to be calculated from the 
first 7 a. m. thereafter. Where there is no agreement for bulletining of cars, the free time 
must be calculated from the first 7 a. m. after the day on which notice of arrival is sent to 
consignee. 

RULE V. 

Placing Cars for Unloading. 

Section A. — When delivery of cars consigned or ordered to any other than 
public-delivery tracks or to industrial interchange tracks cannot be made on 
account of the act or neglect of the consignee, or the inability of the con- 
signee to receive, delivery will be considered to have been made when the 
cars were tendered. The carrier's agent must give the consignee written 
notice of all cars he has been unable to deliver because of the condition of the 
private or interchange tracks, or because of other conditions attributable to 
consignee. This will be considered constructive placement. See Rule IV 
(Notification). 



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Section B. — When delivery cannot be made on specially designated public- 
delivery tracks on account of such tracks being fully occupied, or from other 
cause beyond the control of the carrier, the carrier shall notify the consignee 
of its intention to make delivery at the nearest point available to the con- 
signee, naming the point. Such delivery shall be made unless the consignee 
shall before delivery indicate a preferred available point, in which case the 
preferred delivery shall be made. 

RULE VI. 

Caks for Loading. 

Section A. — Cars for loading will be considered placed when such cars are 
actually placed or held on orders of the consignor. In the latter case the 
agent must give the consignor written notice of all cars which he has been 
unable to place because of condition of the private track or because of other 
conditions attributable to the consignor. This will be considered constructive 
placement. See Rule III, Section A (Computing Time). 

Section B. — When empty cars, placed for loading on orders, are not used, 
demurrage will be charged from the first 7. a. m. after placing or tender until 
released, with no time allowance. 

RULE VII. 

Demurrage Charge. 

After the expiration of the free time allowed, a charge of $1 per car per day, 
or fraction of a day, will be made until car is released. 

INSTRUCTIONS AND EXPLANATIONS: 

To Rule VII. — Demurrage Charge. 

(a) Charges accruing under these rules must be collected in the same manner and with 
the same regularity and promptness as other transportation charges, and agents will in like 
manner be held responsible for same. 

(b) Freight upon which charges have accrued under these rules shall not be removed 
from railroad premises until charges thereon have been paid. When consignor or consignee 
refuses to pay, agent will hold freight until payment is made and continue to charge until 
freight is removed; or, at his option, may send freight to public warehouses or yards, where 
the same will be held subject to storage charges and all other charges. 

(c) When cars are detained on private or specifically designated tracks for unloading 
beyond the time allowed, and demurrage charges are not promptly paid, agent must, upon 
advice to that effect from the Demurrage manager, after giving not less than five (5) days 
written notice, decline to switch cars to private or specifically designated tracks for such 
parties, and thereafter tender freight from public-team tracks and collect all charges before 
delivery, until satisfactory guaranty is given that demurrage rules will be complied with. 

(d) Charges that accme while cars are held for loading, for receipt of billing instructions, 
or for reconsignment or distribution orders, will be collected by agents of the forwarding 
line when such shipments are ordered to points within the switching limits. When charges 
accrue on shipments ordered or destined to points beyond switching limits, such charges 
should be collected by the agent of the forwarding line. Such charges may be billed forward 
as advances, provided the charges are guaranteed in writing and entered on the shipping 
tickets and bills of lading and exhibited on the waybills as "Demurrage Charges, Advanced 
and Guaranteed." 

When demurrage charges accrue on cars held in transit by request of consignor or con- 
signee, as agents can neither enter the charges on bills of lading nor obtain guarantee from 



64 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

consignor or consignee without unnecessary delay to the cars, the charges must either be 
billed forward as advances or separate bills made and charges collected from the party 
ordering the cars held. 

RULE VIII. 

Claims. 

No demurrage charges shall be collected under these rules for detention of 
cars through causes named below. Demurrage charges assessed or collected 
under such conditions shall be promptly canceled or refunded by the carrier. 

Causes. 

Section A. — Weather interference. 

1. When the condition of the weather during the prescribed free time is 
such as to make it impossible to employ men or teams in loading or unload- 
ing, or impossible to place freight in cars, or to move it from cars, without 
serious injury to the freight, the free time shall be extended until a total of 
48 hours free from such weather interference shall have been allowed. 

2. When shipments are frozen while in transit so as to prevent unloading 
during the prescribed free time. This exemption shall not include shipments 
which are tendered to consignee in condition to unload. Under this rule con- 
signees will be required to make diligent effort to unload such shipments. 

3. When, because of high water or snowdrifts, it is impossible to get to cars 
for loading or unloading during the prescribed time. 

This rule shall not absolve a consignor or consignee from liability for de- 
murrage if others similarly situated and under the same conditions are able 
to load or unload cars. 

Section B. — Bunching. 

1. Cars for loading. — When, by reason of delay or irregularity of the car- 
rier in filling orders, cars are bunched and placed for loading in accumulated 
numbers in excess of daily orders, the shipper shall be allowed such free time 
for loading as he would have been entitled to had the cars been placed for 
loading as ordered. 

2. Cars for unloading or reconsigning. — When, as the result of the act or 
neglect of any carrier, cars destined for one consignee, at one point, are 
bunched at originating point, in transit, or at destination, and delivered by 
the carrier line in accumulated numbers in excess of daily shipments, the con- 
signee shall be allowed such free time as he would have been entitled to had 
the cars been delivered in accordance with the daily rate of shipment. Claim 
to bt presented to carrier's agent within fifteen (15) days. 

Section C. — Demand of overcharge. 

When the carrier's agent demands the payment of transportation charges in 
excess of tariff authority. 

Section D. — Delayed or improper notice by carrier. — When notice has been 
given in substantial compliance with the requirements as specified in these 
rules, the consignee shall not thereafter have the right to call in question the 
sufficiency of such notice unless within 48 hours from 7 a. m. following the 
day on which notice is sent he shall serve upon the delivering carrier a full 
written statement of his objections to the sufficiency of such notice. 

1. When claim is made that a mailed notice has been delayed, the postmark 
thereon shall be accepted as indicating the date of the notice. 



STORAGE AND DEMURRAGE RULES 65 

2. When a notice is mailed by carrier on Sunday, a legal holiday, or after 
3 p. m. on other days (as evidenced by the postmark thereon), the consignee 
shall be allowed 5 hours additional free time, provided he shall mail or send 
to the carrier's agent, within the first 24 hours of free time, written advice 
that the notice had not been received until after the free time had begun to 
run; in case of failure on the part of consignee so to notify carrier's agent, 
no additional free timt shall be allowed. 

Section E. — Railroad errors which prevent proper tender or delivery. 

Section P. — Delay by United States Customs. — Such additional free time 
shall be allowed as has been lost through such delay. 

INSTRUCTIONS AND EXPLANATIONS: 

To Rule VIII.— Claims. 

Section A. — 1. When a consignor or consignee claims exemption under this rule, agents 
must obtain a written statement from him to the effect that the conditions were such as are 
set forth in the rule. 

Section B. — 2. When claim is made for exemption from demurrage on account of bunch- 
ing of cars for unloading or reconsigning, as provided in this rule, agents will require 
written statement of all cars, with date and point of shipment of each, as evidenced by the 
bills of lading, if necessary, and forward same to the Demurrage manager, with report 
showing exemption demanded on account of such bunching. 

Sections C and E. — When demurrage should not be collected under these sections, agents 
will make report to the Demurrage manager, together with copy of billing and all informa- 
tion in their possession, showing where the error occurred. 

RULE IX. 

Average Agreement. 

When a shipper or receiver enters into the following agreement, the charge 
for detention to cars, provided for by Rule VII, on all cars held for loading 
or unloading by such shipper or receiver shall be computed on the basis of 
the average time of detention to all such cars released during each calendar 
month, such average detention to be computed as follows: 

Section A. — A credit of one day will be allowed for each car released within 
the first 24 hours of free time. A debit of one day will be charged for each 
24 hours or fraction thereof that a car is detained beyond the first 48 hours 
of free time. In no case shall more than one day's credit be allowed on any 
one car, and in no case shall more than five (5) days credit be applied in 
cancellation of debits accruing on any one car, making a maximum of seven 
(7) days that any car may be held free; this to include Sundays and holidays. 

Section B. — At the end of the calendar month the total number of days 
credited will be deducted from the total number of days debited, and $1 per 
day charged for the remainder. If the credits equal or exceed the debits, no 
charge will be made for the detention of the cars, and no payment will be 
made to shippers or receivers on account of such excess of credits, nor shall 
the credits in excess of the debits of any one month be considered in comput- 
ing the average detention for another month. 

Section C. — A shipper or receiver who elects to take advantage of this 
average agreement shall not be entitled to cancellation or refund of demur- 
rage charges under Section A, Paragraphs 1 and 3, or Section B of Rule VIII. 

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66 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

Section D — A shipper or receiver who elects to take advantage of this 
average agreement may he required to give sufficient security to the carrier 
for the payment of balances against him at the end of each month. 

Agreement. 

To Railroad Company : 

In accordance with the terms of Rule IX of the National Car Demurrage 
Rules, reading as follows: 

(Insert Rule IX in agreement.) 

I (or we) do expressly agree with the above-named railroad company that 
I (or we) will make prompt payment of all demurrage charges accruing in 
accordance with such rule during the continuance of this agreement on cars 
held for loading or unloading by me (or us) or on my (or our) account at 

station of the above-named railroad company. This agreement 

is to take effect , 19..., and to continue until terminated by 

thirty days written notice to the railroad company. 



Approved and accepted by and on behalf of the above-named railroad com- 
pany by 

INSTRUCTIONS AND EXPLANATIONS : 

To Rule IX. — Average Agreement. 

Application for agreement provided for in Rule IX will be forwarded to the Demurrage 
manager, and when executed instructions will be furnished the agent as to the method of 
reporting. 

STORAGE RULES. 

Storage and demurrage may be assessed by railroad companies on all 
freight received for delivery in car-load lots or in less than car-load lots if 
not removed in conformity with the following rules and regulations: 

RULE 1. 

No storage charges, however, shall in any case be allowed unless notice of 
the arrival of goods has been given to the owner or consignee thereof by the 
railroad company, and it shall be the duty of such railroad company to give 
prompt notice to the consignee of the arrival of goods, together with the con- 
tents, weight, and amount of freight charges due thereon as shown by waybill, 
and when goods or freight of any kind, in car-load consignments, said notice 
must contain letters or initials and number of the car. Notice shall be given 
by delivering same in writing in person, or by leaving same at consignee's 
place of business or by depositing it in the postoffice. 

RULE 2. 

For storage of package freight and all freight less than car-load, unloaded 
in depot or warehouse, which is not removed by the owner thereof from the 
custody of the railroad company within forty-eight hours (not including Sun- 
days and legal holidays), a charge of storage for each day or fraction of a day 
that such consignment may remain in the custody of the carrier of one cent 



STORAGE AND DEMURRAGE RULES 67 

per hundred pounds per day, with minimum charge of five cents for any one 
package or lot for any one consignee, may be made; but not more than one 
dollar per day for any one consignment not in excess of a car-load. 

EXCEPTION TO RULE 2: 

Free time for storage on account of distance will be allowed as follows: On freights 
destined to the residence or place of business of a consignee from five to twelve miles from 
depot, five (5) days; and for distance over twelve miles seven (7) days. 

RULE 3. 

When consignors ship goods consigned to themselves, or order, it shall be 
the duty of the railroad company to give legal notice to such consignees or 
persons to whom shipping directions order delivery. This notice may be 
addressed by mail to the consignee at point of delivery, and storage will begin 
as in other cases of notice by mail; and the mailing of such notice shall be 
sufficient notice in such cases, whether the consignee actually received the 
same or not. 

RULE 4. 

The time allowed for removing freight before storage or demurrage charges 
apply will be computed from 7 o'clock a. m. of the day following date of notice 
(Sundays and legal holidays excepted). 

RULE 5. 

Whenever the weather during the period of free time is so severe, inclement 
or rainy that it is impracticable to secure means of removal or loading of 
freight, or where from the nature of the goods removal or loading would cause 
injury or damage, such time shall be added to the free period, and no storage 
charges shall be allowed for such additional time. This rule applies to the 
state of the weather during business hours. 

RULE 6. 

Brought Forward from Circular No. 36 as Rule 8. 

When any railroad company fails to deliver freights at the depot or to place 
loaded cars at an accessible place for unloading within forty-eight hours (not 
including Sundays and legal holidays), computed from 7 o'clock a. m. the day 
after the arrival of same, the shipper or consignee shall be paid one dollar per 
day for each day or fraction of a day said delivery is so delayed: Provided, 
the railroad company may require the payment of freight before delivery. 

RULE 7. 

Refusal of Consignee to Accept Shipments of Freight. 

(Rule 15, Circular No. 115.) 

Where a consignee shall give to the delivering carrier notice of his refusal 
to accept a shipment of freight properly tendered in pursuance of the bill of 
lading, the delivering carrier shall give to the consignor legal notice of such 



68 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

refusal, and if the consignor fails within three days thereafter to give direc- 
tion for the disposition of such goods, he shall thenceforth become liable to 
such carrier for the usual storage charges, to the same extent, and at the same 
rate, as such charges are now, under like circumstances, by the rules of this 
Commission, imposed upon consignees who neglect or refuse, after notice of 
arrival, to remove freight of like character. 

And where a consignee of freight either in car-loads or less than car-loads 
shall fail or neglect to remove such freight within six days after the expira- 
tion of free time, then the carrier shall, through the agent at point of ship- 
ment, so notify the shipper, unless the consignee has signified his acceptance 
of the property. Said notice may either be served personally or given by mail. 

No such notice to the consignor, however, shall be required of a carrier 
company where goods are shipped in less than car-load lots, unless such goods, 
or the packages containing the same, or waybill, shall legibly bear the name 
and address of the consignor thereof. 

A consignee who has once refused to accept a consignment of goods shall 
not thereafter be entitled to receive the same, except upon the payment of all 
charges for storage which would otherwise have accrued. 

RULE 8. 

The Commission reserves the right to hear and grant application to suspend 
the operation of these rules upon complaint of abuse, or whenever justice shall 
demand this course. 



TRANSFER AND SWITCHING RULES. 

Rules 30, 31, and 32 of Rules Goveening Transportation of Freight. 

Rule 30. A charge of no more than two dollars per car will be allowed for 
switching or transferring a car from any point on any road to any connecting 
road or warehouse within a space of one mile from starting point; over one 
and not more than two miles, three dollars; over two miles and not over three 
miles, four dollars, without regard to weight or contents. 

Rule 31. When in the transfer of a car between said points it is necessary 
to pass over the line of any intermediate road or roads, the maximum charge 
of two, three or four dollars, as the case may be, shall be equitably divided 
between the roads at interest. 

Rule 32. When a charge is made for the transfer of loaded cars between 
said points no additional charge shall be made for the delivery or return of 
the empty cars. 



LOCAL TRANSFER AND SWITCHING CHARGES. 

Rules 13 and 14 of Circular No. 36. 

Rule 13. Railroad companies shall furnish shippers cars for loading, and 
shall also accept from each other cars loaded at warehouses or side-tracks of 
one road for delivery at side-track or warehouses on the other road within 
the space of two miles beyond the starting point. The railroad company fur- 



STORAGE AND DEMURRAGE RULES Di* 

nishing the car and performing the initial movement may charge two and one- 
half dollars per car. 

Rule 14. When car is destined to a warehouse on a connecting line which 
requires switching, the company so receiving and delivering may charge one 
and one-half dollars additional. 

After car is placed for loading, the shipper shall load same within twenty- 
four hours therefrom, and consignee shall, when car is placed for unloading, 
unload same within twenty-four hours otherwise the usual demurrage charges 
may be made. 



PASSENGER RATES. 



Passenger rates are fixed by statute. 

Standard passenger rate, 2y 2 cents per mile. 

Under 12 years of age, and over 5 years, one-half of above rates. 

Children under 5 years of age, accompanied by any person paying fare, no 
charge whatever shall be made. 

No charge less than 10 cents shall be required. 

Independently owned and operated railroad companies whose mileage of 
road is one hundred miles or less may charge a rate not exceeding 3 cents per 
mile. Such roads whose mileage is 10 miles or less may charge present rate in 
effect (February, 1908). 

Newly constructed roads, or portions of road newly constructed, may charge 
3 cents per mile for two years. 

A charge of 15 cents may be added to the fare of any passenger when the 
same is paid on train, if the ticket might have been purchased within a rea- 
sonable time before the departure of the train. 

Each passenger shall be entitled to baggage not exceeding in weight 200 
pounds. 



STANDARD TELEGRAPHIC RATES. 



Ten body words or under Twenty-five cents. 

Over ten body words Two cents for each additional word. 

JOINT TELEGRAPHIC RATES. 

Whenever a message is sent over two or more telegraph lines owned, con- 
trolled, and operated by separate and distinct corporations or individuals, the 
joint rate shall not exceed forty cents for such message of ten body words or 
less, exclusive of date, address and signature, between any two points within 
the limits of this State, nor more than three cents for each additional word. 



EXCESS BAGGAGE RATES. 

EN EFFECT BETWEEN STATIONS WITHIN THE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA. 



Distance 


Per 100 Lbs. 


Distance 


Per 100 Lbs. 




.$ 0.10 
.15 
.20 
.25 
.30 
.35 
.40 
.45 
.50 
.55 
.55 
.60 
.65 
.70 




$ 0.75 






.80 






.85 




200 miles and over 190 . . 


.90 




210 miles and over 200 


.95 




220 miles and over 210 .. 


1.00 




230 miles and over 220 


1.05 




240 miles and over 230 


1.10 




260 miles and over 240 


1.15 




290 miles and over 260 - 


1.20 




320 miles and over 290 


1.25 




350 miles and over 320 


1.30 






1.35 






1.40 









Applicable to all railroads over 100 miles in length. 



SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY- 
LONG DISTANCE. 



THREE-MINUTE RATE SCHEDULE. 



Distance — Miles 


First 

Three 

Minutes 


Each 

Additional 

Minute 


Distance — Miles 


First 

Three 

Minutes 

$ 4.25 
4.50 
4.75 
5.00 
5.25 
5.50 
5.75 
6.00 
6.25 
6.50 
6.75 
7.00 
7.25 
7.50 
7.75 
8.00 
8.25 
8.50 
8.75 
9.00 
9.25 
9.50 
9.75 
10.00 


Each 

Additional 

Minute 


10 and under... ... 


$ 0.10 

.15 

.20 

.25 

.30 

.35 

.40 

.45 

.50 

.60 

.75 

.90 

1.00 

1.25 

1.50 

1.75 

2.00 

2.25 

2.50 

2.75 

3.00 

3.25 

3.50 

3.75 

4.00 


$ 0.03 

.05 

.05 

.05 

.10 

.10 

.10 

.15 

.15 

.20 

.25 

.30 

.30 

.40 

.50 

.50 

.60 

.75 

.80 

.90 

1.00 

1.00 

1.15 

1.25 

1.25 


688 to 737 


$ 1.25 


11 to 15 


738 to 787 


1 50 


16 to 24 


788 to 837 


1 50 


25 to 35 


838 to 8&7 


1 50 


36 to 45 . 


888 to 937 


1 75 


46 to 50 


938 to 962 


1 75 


51 to 60 


963 to 987 


1 75 


61 to 75 


988 to 1,037 


2 00 


76 to 87 


1,038 to 1,087 


2 00 


88 to 112 


1,088 to 1,137 


2 00 


113 to 137 


1,138 to 1,187 


2 25 


138 to 162 


1,188 to 1,237 


2 25 


163 to 187 


1,238 to 1,287 


2 25 


188 to 237 


1,288 to 1,337 


2 50 


238 to 287 


1,338 to 1,387 


2 50 


288 to 312 


1,388 to 1,437 


2.50 


313 to 362 ' 


1,438 to 1,487 


2.75 


363 to 387 


1,488 to 1,537 


2.75 


388 to 437 


1,538 to 1,587 


2.75 


438 to 487 


1,588 to 1,637 


3.00 


488 to 512 


1,638 to 1,687 . 


3.00 


513 to 562 


1,688 to 1,737 


3.00 


563 to 587 


1,738 to 1,787 


3.25 


613 to 637 




3.25 


638 to 687 











JOINT HAUL RATES. 



Joint haul rates for all classes and commodities shown under heading 
"Standard Freight Tariff" in this report are made on continuous mileage 
basis, with transfer charge, on shipments moving over the lines of two or 
more railroad companies in this State which operate more than seventy-five 
miles of road. 

On commodities other than lumber, molasses, logs, cotton and fertilizer, 
joint haul rates are made on combination less 25 per cent on shipments 
moving over roads having lines of more than one hundred and twenty-five 
miles in or out of the State. 

On all joint shipments moving over a system line and a line less than 
seventy-five miles in length the basis is combination less 25 per cent of the 
system line rate, plus the local rate of the short line, except that on shipments 
of fertilizer short lines deduct 20 per cent on joint haul and on cotton, cotton 
seed and cotton-seed hulls 10 per cent. 



COMMODITY FREIGHT RATES. 



Applicable to all lines in the State except those lines for which different 
tariff has been approved for such commodity, as will appear by examination 
of tariff for such lines published in this report. 

RATES OF FREIGHT ON COTTON SEED AND COTTON-SEED HULLS. 

PER TON 2,000 POUNDS. 



Distance 


C. L. 


L. C. L. 
Packed 


Distance 


C. L. 


L. C. L. 
Packed 




Per Ton 

$ 0.60 

.70 

.80 

.80 

.90 

.90 

.95 

.95 

1.00 

1.00 

1.05 

1.10 

1.10 

1.15 

1.15 

1.15 

1.20 

1.20 

1.25 


Per Ton 
$ 0.75 
.87* 
1.00 
1.00 
1.12} 
1.12} 
1.18! 
1.18| 
1.25 
1.25 
1.31} 
1.31} 
1.37* 
1.37* 
1.43f 
1.43f 
1.50 
1.50 
1.56| 


100 miles 


Per Ton 
$ 1.25 
1.30 
1.30 
1.35 
1.35 
1.40 
1.40 
1.45 
1.45 
1.50 
1.50 
1.55 
1.55 
1.60 
1.60 
1.65 
1.65 
1.70 


Per Ton 

$ 1 .56} 






1.62* 




120 miles 


1.62} 


20 miles 


130 miles 


1.68f 






1.68| 






1.75 




160 miles 


1.75 




170 miles 


1.81} 




180 miles 


1.81} 




190 miles 


1.87* 




200 miles 


1.87* 




210 miles 


1.93f 




220 miles __ 


1.93f 


70 miles 


230 miles 


2.00 




240 miles 


2.00 




250 miles 


2.06} 




260 miles 


2.06} 


90 miles 


270 miles 


2.12} 













Circulars Nos. 9-10. 



FERTILIZER RATES. 

C. L. TEN (10) TONS MINIMUM, PER TON 2,000 POUNDS. 



Distance 


Per Ton 


Distance 


Per Ton 




$ 0.60 
.80 
1.00 
1.10 
1.20 
1.30 
1.40 
1.50 
1.60 
1.70 
1.80 
1.90 
2.00 
2.10 
2.20 
2.30 
2.40 
2.50 
2.55 
2.60 
2.65 




$ 2.70 
2.75 




210 miles and over 200 




220 miles and over 210 


2.80 




230 miles and over 220 


2.85 




240 miles and over 230 


2.90 






2.95 




260 miles and over 250 


3.00 




270 miles and over 260 


3.05 




280 miles and over 270 


3.10 




290 miles and over 280 


3.15 




300 miles and over 290 


3.20 




310 miles and over 300 


3.25 


110 miles and over 100. 


320 miles and over 310— 


3.30 


120 miles and over 110 - . ... 


330 miles and over 320 


3.35 




340 miles and over 330 


3.40 






3.45 






3.50 




370 miles and over 360 


3.55 


170 miles and over 160 


380 miles and over 370 


3.60 


180 miles and over 170.. . .. . __ . 


390 miles and over 380 


3.65 


190 miles and over 180 .... 




3.70 









On less than car-load shipments rates may be made 20 per cent higher than above. 

Circulars Nos. 1-13. 

Applicable to railroads less than 75 miles in length. 



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N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



RATES OF FREIGHT ON COTTON. 

IN BALES, PER 100 POUNDS. 



Distance 


Cents 


Distance 


Cents 




9 
9 
11 

13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
. 21 
22 
22 
23 


80 miles. 


23 


10 miles 




24 


15 miles _. .. 




24 


20 miles 


95 miles ___ 


25 


25 miles _. . . . 


100 miles 

110 miles 


25 


30 miles 


26 




120 miles_ 


27 




130 miles 


28 


45 miles.. . . 




29 


50 miles .. . .. . _________ 


150 miles. _ _ _ _ ... 


30 


55 miles . __ __ ___ __ 


160 miles 


31 


60 miles 


170 miles 

180 miles 

190 miles. 


32 
33 


70 miles 


34 




200 miles.. 


35 









Circular No. 18. 

Applicable to railroads less than seventy-five miles in length. 



FREIGHT RATE ON SAND AND LOAM SOIL. 

PER CAR-LOAD 40,000 POUNDS MINIMUM, EXCESS IN PROPORTION. 



Distance 


Per Car 


Distance 


Per Car 




$ 5.00 
6.50 
7.50 
8.50 
9.50 
10.50 
11.50 
12.00 
12.00 
12.00 
13.00 
13.00 
13.00 
14.00 
14.00 
14.00 
15.00 
15.00 
15.00 
16.00 
16.00 
17.00 


130 miles 


$ 18 .00 






18.00 






19.00 


20 miles.. 


160 miles. 


19.00 




170 miles 

180 miles 


20.00 




20.00 


35 miles . . . .. __ 


190 miles 

200 miles 


21.00 




21.00 




210 miles 


22.00 




220 miles. . 


22.00 




230 miles. 


23.00 




240 miles 


23.00 


65 miles _. __ . 


250 miles 


23.00 


70 miles ..... 


260 miles 


24.00 




270 miles 


24.00 


80 miles.. 


280 miles 


24.00 




300 miles 


25.00 


90 miles.. 


320 miles 


26.00 


98 miles . 


340 miles .. 


27.00 


100 miles. 




28 .00 




380 miles. . 


29.00 


120 miles. 




30 .00 









Circular No. 213, cancels Circular No. 29. 
Effective October 27, 1915. 

FREIGHT RATE ON MARL. 

Ten per cent higher than freight rate on sand and loam soil. Circular No. 121. 



COMMODITY FREIGHT RATES 



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FREIGHT RATE ON ROUGH LOGS. 

DOGWOOD, HICKORY, PERSIMMON, GUMWOOD, ROUGH OAK, POPLAR, PINE, MAPLE, 
BIRCH, AND OTHER HARDWOOD LOGS, PER CAR-LOAD OF 40,000 POUNDS 
MINIMUM. EXCESS IN PROPORTION. 



Distance 


Per Car 


Distance 


Per Car 




$ 6.50 
7.00 
7.50 
8.50 
9.00 
10.00 
11.00 
12.00 
13.00 
14.00 
15.00 
16.00 




$ 17.00 




140 miles and over 130 

150 miles and over 140 


18.00 




19.00 




20.00 






21.00 




200 miles and over 180 - - .. 


22.00 




220 miles and over 200 - - 


23.00 




240 miles and over 220 .. ... 


24.00 






25.00 




280 miles and over 260 


26.00 




300 miles and over 280 


27.00 


120 miles and over 110-- . - 











Applicable to railroads less than seventy-five miles in length, except Durham and South Caro- 
lina R. R. Co. (as to oak logs), Black Mountain Ry. Co., Madison County Ry., Watauga and Yadkin 
River Ry. Co., and Wilmington, Brunswick and Southern Ry. Co. (as to hardwood logs). 

Effective April 20, 1912. ^m^^B, 

Circular No. 163. 




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N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



FREIGHT RATE ON FIREWOOD. 

IN CAR-LOADS, RELEASED, LOADED AND UNLOADED BY SHIPPER, TEN 
CORDS MINIMUM. 



Distance 


Per Cord 


Distance 


Per Cord 




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.70 
.80 
.90 


70 to 90 miles 


$ 1.00 




90 to 110 miles 


1.10 




110 to 130 miles- 


1.20 


30 to 40 miles. 


130 to 150 miles 


1.30 




150 to 170 miles 


1.40 


50 tn 70 milfis 











Circulars 152 and 176. 



FREIGHT RATE ON BRICK. 

CAR-LOAD LOTS, MINIMUM 10,000 BRICK. 



Distance 


Per 1,000 


Distance 


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5 miles . 


$ 0.65 
.90 
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80 miles.. 


$ 1.60 


10 miles 


85 miles.. 


1.65 






1.70 










COMMODITY FREIGHT RATES 



77 



RATES ON CLAY GRAVEL (UNWASHED). 

From and after October 22, 1913, rates on unwashed clay gravel will be as 
follows: 



Distance 


Per Ton 


Distance 


Per Ton 




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.35 
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.45 
.49 
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160 miles 

180 miles . . 


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200 miles 


.90 




220 miles .. 


.93 




240 miles 


.96 




260 miles 


.99 


70 miles. .. 


280 miles 


1.02 


80 miles 


300 miles 


1.05 




325 miles 


1.09 


100 miles 




1.13 


120 miles 


375 miles 


1.17 






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Applicable to all railroads. 
Circular No. 193. 

Car-load minimum, marked capacity of cars, except where cars are loaded 
to full visible capacity, in which case actual weight will be charged for. 

The rates named herein to be used exclusively in the building of public 
roads or highways in the State of North Carolina, in which the State, towns, 
or counties have an interest. 



78 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



GROUND LIMESTONE. 

CAR-LOAD MINIMUM WEIGHT 60,000 POUNDS. 



Distance 


Per Ton 


Distance 


Per Ton 




$ 6.40 

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.80 

.85 

.95 

1.00 

1.05 

1.15 


170 miles,.. 


$ 1.20 


20 miles 


190 miles. __ 


1.25 


30 miles .._ - 


210 miles 


1.35 




230 miles 


1.40 




260 miles 


1.45 


70 miles _______ _._ . 


280 miles , 


1.55 




320 miles. __ 


1.60 


90 miles 




1.65 




370 miles 


1.75 


120 miles 


390 miles 


1.80 






1 .85 


160 miles . 











Applicable to Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 



GROUND LIMESTONE. 

CAR-LOAD MINIMUM WEIGHT 60,000 POUNDS. 



Distance 


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Distance 


Per Ton 




$ .33 

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.80 
.87 
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$ 1 .07 


20 miles. ._._ 


160 miles 


1.13 




170 miles _ 


1.20 




190 miles 


1.27 




210 miles . 


1.33 




230 miles. 


1.40 




260 miles 


1.47 




280 miles 


1.53 




300 miles 


1.60 


120 miles - . _ . . 











Applicable to Norfolk Southern Railroad Co. 



COMMODITY FREIGHT RATES 



79 



GROUND LIMESTONE. 

CAR-LOAD MINIMUM WEIGHT 60,000 POUNDS. 



Distance 


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Distance 


Per Ton 




$ 0.33 
.47 
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.80 
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160 miles 


1.13 




170 miles . . _ 


1.20 




190 miles 


1.27 




210 miles 


1.33 


70 miles. ,_. - - 


230 miles 


1.40 




260 miles .... 


1.47 




280 miles 


1.53 




300 miles . 


1.60 


120 miles. 











Applicable to Seaboard Air Line Railway Co. 



GROUND LIMESTONE. 

CAR-LOAD MINIMUM WEIGHT 60,000 POUNDS. 



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Distance 


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I 0.25 

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1.05 

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1.20 

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1.50 

1.55 

1.60 


330 miles . 


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340 miles 


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1 75 


20 miles 


360 miles _ 


1 80 




370 miles . . 


1 85 




380 miles .... 


1 90 




390 miles . . 


1 95 






2 00 






2 05 




420 miles 


2 10 


70 miles. . .... 


430 miles . 


2 15 






2 20 


100 miles ... 




2 25 






2 30 


120 miles . 


470 miles . 


2 35 


150 miles. ...... _. 


480 miles 


2 40 


170 miles. ...... . . . . .... 




2 45 


190 miles ... 




2 50 


210 miles 




2 55 


230 miles 




2 60 


250 miles 




2 65 


260 miles 




2 70 


270 miles 




2 75 


280 miles 




2 80 


290 miles 




2 85 


300 miles 




2 90 


310 miles 


590 miles 


2 95 


320 miles 


600 miles 


3 00 









INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES. 



GENERAL RULES. 

The rate tables hereinafter given in this report are subject to Southern 
Classification, except where lower ratings are or may be published by the 
North Carolina Corporation Commission. 

When one Railroad Company has two or more routes between given points, 
the rates shall be based on the shortest route. On joint hauls, the lines 
handling the traffic must base their rates upon the shortest practicable route 
having physical connection. 

For joint hauls over two or more independently controlled railroads under 
the management of companies operating 75 or more miles of railroads within 
this State, add the following to the straight mileage rates for the combined 
total distance (see note) : 

Per 100 Pounds. 
Class 123456ABCD Other Classes and Commodities. 

5 4 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2~ lc. 

In the absence of an agreed basis of division between roads participating 
in a joint haul, locals shall be used as factors in dividing, after first deducting 
cost of transfer, if any, at interchange point. 

The minimum charge on small shipments shall be for actual weight at the 
tariff rate, but not less than 25 cents for a haul over one road, or 30 cents for 
a joint haul over two roads, or 40 cents for joint haul over three or more 
roads. 

Existing rates on commodities not mentioned in this Schedule are continued 
in effect. 

Class E Articles are here rated 5th Class; Class H Articles are here rated 
4th Class. 

Flour in barrels now rated Class F is here rated double C per barrel. 

Flour in half-barrels, same as Class C. 

Class M Articles are here rated two-thirds of Class A. 

Note. — For joint specific rates between Southern Railway stations, formerly 
Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley Railway, and Atlantic Coast Line stations, 
formerly Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley Railway, see page 102. 



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NORTH CAROLINA EXCEPTION SHEET NO. 1 



TO SOUTHERN CLASSIFICATION. 

Supersedes North Carolina Classification and Supplements. 

Compiled and promulgated by the Corporation Commission in pursuance 
of report of Special Rate Commission adopting Southern Classification as 
Classification to apply on shipments between points in this State, "except 
where lower ratings are or may be published by the North Carolina Corpora- 
tion Commission." 

Applies to Freight Traffic Between Points Within the State of North 

Carolina. Applicable to all Transportation Companies. 

Subject to Change on Legal Notice. 

Issued October 8, 1914. Effective October 13, 1914. 

GENERAL RULES. 

The reduced rates specified in this Exception Sheet will apply only on 
property shipped subject to the conditions of the carrier's bill of lading, ship- 
per's attention being called hereto. 

Property carried not subject to the conditions of the carrier's bill of lading 
will be at the carrier's liability, limited only as provided by common law 
and by the laws of North Carolina, in so far as they apply. Property thus 
carried will be charged ten (10) per cent higher (subject to a minimum in- 
crease of one (1) cent per hundred pounds) than if shipped subject to the 
conditions of the carrier's bill of lading. 

Minimum Carload Weight. — Unless otherwise specified herein, the minimum 
car-load weight of all articles shown herein will be 20,000 pounds, or ten tons. 

A car-load of articles enumerated in Class P, except lumber and articles 
taking lumber rates, is 25,000 pounds; a car load of lumber and articles taking 
lumber rates under Class P is 24,000 pounds. 

Where a car-load minimum weight is specified in the Southern Classification 
or these exceptions, such minimum weight will apply, regardless of the length 
of the car used. 

Minimum Charge. — The minimum charge on small shipments shall be fdr 
actual weight at the tariff rate, but not less than 25 cents for a haul over 
one road, or 30 cents for a joint haul over two roads, or 40 cents for joint 
haul over three or more roads. 

Estimated weights to be used when actual weights cannot be ascertained. 

Per 1,000 feet. 

Short-leaf rough pine lumber, seasoned 3,300 lbs. 

Rough spruce lumber, seasoned 2,600 lbs. 

Rough spruce lumber, green 3,000 lbs. 



84 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

Weight. 
Hoop poles, staves and headings, dry, car loaded to depth of 50 

inches, per car 24,000 Ids. 

Hoop poles, staves, and headings, green, car loaded to depth of 43 

inches, per car 24,000 lbs. 

Shingles, green, per 1,000 350 lbs. 

Shingles, dry, per 1,000 300 lbs. 

Laths, green, per 1,000 530 lbs. 

Laths, dry, per 1,000 450 lbs. 

Fence posts and rails and telegraph poles, per cord 2,500 lbs. 

Lime, per bushel . 80 lbs. 

Coal, per bushel 80 lbs. 

Coke, per bushel 40 lbs. 

Portland cement, per barrel 400 lbs. 

Other cements, per barrel 300 lbs. 

Extra Handling. — The charge for handling extra heavy articles may be as 
follows : 

Under 2,000 lbs., no charge for extra handling. 

For 2,000 lbs. and under 3,000 lbs $3.00 for extra handling 

For 3,000 lbs. and under 4,000 lbs 5.00 for extra handling 

For 4,000 lbs. and under 5,000 lbs 7.00 for extra handling 

For 5,000 lbs and under 6,000 lbs 8.00 for extra handling 

For 6,000 lbs. and under 7,000 lbs 10.00 for extra handling 

For 7,000 lbs. and over, in proportion. 

Allowance for Weight of Standards, Strips, and Supports on Flat Cars 

Loaded With Lumber. 

Allowance for weight of standards, strips, and supports on flat cars loaded 
with lumber shall be as follows: 

(a) Allowance of 500 lbs. per car will be made for weight of standards, 
strips, and supports on car-load shipments of lumber loaded on flat or gondola 
cars, but in no case must less than the minimum car-load weight specified in 
tariffs be charged for on each car. 

(&) In computing freight charges under this rule agents will deduct 500 
lbs. from the gross weight of each car load; then subtract the tare weight 
(the weight of car), and extend freight charges on basis of remainder, which 
is the net weight, subject to the minimum car-load weight specified in tariffs. 

Reduced Rates on Returned Shipments. 

Shipments of freight moving between points in North Carolina, except 
articles classified First Class or higher, which are not delivered at destination 
shall be returned between points in this State at one-half of the rate applying 
to the reverse direction, provided that the full amount of freight charges in 
both directions shall have been paid or guaranteed by owners, and provided 
further that such return is made within ninety days of arrival at destination. 
Billing for return shipment must show proper reference to the original 
billing. The foregoing shall not apply on machinery, agricultural implements 
or other articles returned for repairs: Provided, however, that the above 
rule shall not operate to reduce the minimum charge on single shipments. 



NORTH CAROLINA EXCEPTION SHEET NO. 1 85 

Estimated Weights on Live-Stock,, L. G. L. . . , „ , 

Weight Each. 

One horse, mule, or horned animal 2,000 lbs. 

Two horses, mules, or horned animals 3,500 lbs. 

Each additional horse, mule, or horned animal 1,000 lbs. 

Stallions, jacks, and bulls 3,000 lbs. 

Yearling cattle 1,000 lbs. 

Calves, sheep, and goats 175 lbs. 

Calves and sheep, in lots of five or more, crated, actual weight 

but not less than 150 lbs. 

Lambs and kids, crated, actual weight, but not less than 100 lbs. 

Lambs, in lots of five or more, crated, actual weight, but not 

less than 75 lbs. 

Hogs, for market, crated, actual weight, but not less than 350 lbs. 

Pigs and stock hogs, crated, actual weight, but not less than .... 125 lbs. 

Pigs, hogs, sheep, crated, actual weight, but not less than actual weight 

Donkeys, colts, and ponies, crated, each, actual weight, but not 

less than 1,000 lbs. 

Race horses, stallions, jacks, bulls and other high-priced animals, when 
shippers are not willing to have the same transported at valuations as per 
classification, will be taken only at the following rates on valuation given: 

Value from $150 to $400, add to regular rate 30 per qent. 

Value from $400 to .$600, add to regular rate 40 per cent. 

Value from $600 to $800, add to regular rate 60 per cent. 

Value from $800 to $1,000 add to regular rate 100 per cent. 
Over $1,000, subject to special rate by contract. 

Sucking calves accompanying cows will be charged for at rate for single 
calves. 

Sucking colts accompanying mares will be charged for at double the rate 
for single calves. 

The word "calves" used in these rules and regulations applies only to 
calves under twelve months old; and the words "yearling cattle" to cattle 
over twelve months and under eighteen months old. 

One, two, or three cars of live-stock will entitle the owner or his agent to 
be carried free to point of destination of consignment on the train with the 
stock to care for the same; four to seven cars, inclusive, belonging to one 
owner, two men in charge, and eight cars or more belonging to one owner, 
three men in charge, which number is the maximum number of attendants 
that will be carried free for one shipment. 

Return transportation not given to owners, agents, or attendants. 



86 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



Rates named in tariffs applying between points in North Carolina are 
governed by the Southern Classification, with the exceptions contained herein. 



Explanation of Characters. 



1 stands for First Class. 

2 stands for Second Class. 

3 stands for Third Class. 

4 stands for Fourth Class. 

5 stands for Fifth Class. 

6 stands for Sixth Class. 

1§ stands for 1| Times First Class. 
D 1 stands for Double First Class. 

3 T 1 stands for Three Times First Class. 

4 T 1 stands for Four Times First Class. 



S. stands for Special. 

S. U. stands for Set Up. 

L. C. L. stands for Less Than Car-load. 

C. L. stands for Car-load. 

N. O. S. stands for Not Otherwise Specified. 

K. D. stands for Knocked Down. 

O. R. B. stands for Owner's Risk of Breakage. 

O. R. L. stands for Owner's Risk of Leakage. 

O. R. C. stands for Owner's Risk of Chafing. 



A, B, C, D, E, F, H, J, K, L, M, N, O, and P stand for Classes A, B, C, D, E, F, H, J, K, L, 
M, N, O, and P, respectively. 



A Class if 


Class if 


Released 


Ale, Beer, etc. — Continued. Released 


Acid Phosphate and Dissolved Bone; 




to be higher in any case than on 




same as Fertilizer. 




new packages. 




Acids (see Rule 39, So. Classificn.), viz.: 




Alum, lump or ground, in barrels or 




Acetic, glacial or liquid, in carboys, 




casks 


6 


L. C. L 


2 


Alum, N. 0. S 


4 


Carbolic, in glass or earthenware, 




Aluminum Alloy Metal, in boxes or 




packed 


3 


crates, L. C. L 


4 


Carbonic, in iron drum, C. L 


6 


Same, C. L 


5 


Agricultural Implements, C. L., owners 




Aluminum, chloride of (liquid), in 




to load and unload, viz.: 




barrels or carboys, C. L 


5 


Elevators, for cotton, manufactured 




Ammonia, viz.: 




of iron and wood, K. D 


4 


Aqua, in glass, packed 


4 


Plow Beams, in bdls 


A 


Aqua, in iron casks . . 


5 


Plow Handles, boxed, crated, or in 




Antimony, metal. . 


4 


bdls 


P 


Apples; see Fruit. 




Agricultural Implements, L. C. L. 




Argol, in boxes, barrels, or casks 


4 


Cotton Choppers; same as Cultivators. 
Cultivators, K. D., packed 




Arsenic, crude, in kegs, boxes, or barrels. 


3 


4 


Asbestos Products, viz.: 




Diggers, potato; same as Plows, N. 




Fire Felt Pipe Covering, in sections 




0. S. 




or sheets, boxed or crated, L. C. L.. 


5 


Drills (two-horse), grain, S. U 


1 


Fire Felt Pipe Covering, C. L 


6 


Forks, hay and manure, in bundles. .. 


3 


Mill Board; same as Packing. 




Harrows of all kinds, and Harrow 




Molded Sectional Covering Pipe, in 




Frames 


4 


crates or boxes, L. C. L 


5 


Harvesters and Pickers, cotton 


1 


Same, C. L 


6 


Machines, smut 


3 


Packing, pipe, in reels, rolls, or cases, 




Manure Spreaders, S. U 


1 


L. C. L 


4 


Mills, sorghum 


4 


Same, C. L 


5 


Mowing and Reaping Machines, Bind- 




Roof Coating, in kegs, kits, or barrels, 




ers and Harvesters, whether com- 




value limited to 20 cents per gallon, 




bined or separated, S. U 


1 


L. C. L 


5 


Planters, potato; same as Plows. 




Same, C. L . 


6 


Plow Handles, boxed, crated, or in 




Roofing, in rolls, crated or in cases, 






A 




6 


Plow Beams, in bundles.- 


A 


N. 0. S. L. C. L 


4 


Plow Parts, iron; see Iron and Steel 




Same, C. L . 


5 


Articles. 




Ashes, cotton seed; same as Fertilizer. 




Plow Singletrees- .- 


5 


Ashes, tan-bark; same as Fertilizer. 




Plows, gang and sulky, K. D 


4 


Asphaltum, packed, C. L 


A 


Plows, N. O. S., set up 


2 






Same, K. D..__ 


4 


B 




Presses, cider _ . 


4 




Presses, hay and cotton, K. D 


4 


Backhands, made of cotton webbing; 




Rakes, hand, in bundles 


3 


see Dry Goods. 




Rakes, horse, S. U . 


1 


Bags, viz.: 






3 




6 


Scythes, in bundles 

Tedders, horse, same as Rakes, horse. 


2 




5 




Paper 


6 


Wheels, agricultural implement, iron.. 


5 


Bags, second-hand, empty, returned, 




Wood, in shape for implements, N. 




cement, clay, grain, fertilizer, 




0. S., boxed, crated, or in bundles.. 


4 


plaster, and cottonseed meal, 




Alcohol, wood, in wood 


4 


made of cotton, burlap, gunny, 




Ale, Beer, Porter, and Coca-Cola Pack- 




or jute, in bundles 


A 


ages, empty, returned, will take 




Bananas; see Fruit. 




same rate in any quantity as 




Bark, viz.: 




applies on Coca-Cola, C. L., in 




Ground, in bags 


A 


the same class of package in the 




Tan, packed, L. C. L., 20 per cent 




reverse direction. The rate not 




higher than Class K. 





NOKTH CAKOLINA EXCEPTION SHEET NO. 1 



87 



Class if 
Bark — Continued. Released 

Tan, C. L., minimum when cars of 
36 feet in length or over are used, 
24,000 lbs.; cars under 36 feet in 
length, 20,000 lbs.; same as Lumber, 
common. 
Bark Extract, for tanning only, C. L... 6 

Barns, tobacco, material, wooden A 

Same, C. L O 

Barrel Material (cooperage stock), lumber 

rates. 
Barrels, half-barrels, and kegs, empty, 
viz.: 
Water, molasses, oil, turpentine tar,, 
and vinegar, kraut, pickle, coca- 
cola, cider, lard, and whiskey, 
estimated weight 75 lbs. each, 

L. C. L 5 

Ale and Beer; estimated weights; 
barrels, 100 lbs.; half-barrels, 50 
lbs.; kegs and qurater-barrels, 30 

lbs.; eighth-barrels, 20 lbs E 

N. O. S., C. L., min. wt. 10,000 lbs 6 

Barrels, empty, returned, viz.: 
Bark Extract, returned over same 
route as forwarded filled, prepaid, 

L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 10,000 lbs 6 

Barrels or Tierces, lard, returned by 
same route as forwarded filled, 

L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 10,000 lbs 6 

Base Boards; Lumber rates. 
Baskets, viz.: 
Cotton, folding (wooden rim with 
burlap body), viz.: 

Set up, nested, L. C. L 1 

K. D., packed or in bundles, L. C. L.. 5 
Set up or K. D., packed or in bun- 
dles, C. L . . 6 

Tobacco, wood splint without tops 
or handles, nested, in bundles 

of not less than three baskets 2 

Batting, cotton, viz.: 
Pressed in bales or packed and covered. 4 

N. O. S.. 2 

Beans, viz.: 

Castor, dry, in barrels or sacks 5 

N. O. S., dried, in barrels and sacks 5 

Velvet or Soja; same as Cow Peas. 

Bee-hives, K. D., crated 6 

Belting, viz.: 

Cotton, in rolls or boxed or crated 4 

Rubber ._ 3 

Blacking, harness, shoe, and stove, in 

glass, packed 3 

Blacking, harness, shoe, and stove, ex- 
cept in glass, packed 4 

Blinds, Doors, and Frames, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs 6 

Blocks, viz.: 

Butchers', wooden 5 

Concrete Building, L. C. L K 

Same, C. L P 

Bluestone or Blue Vitriol, N. O. S., in 

Barrels or casks 5 

Boats, viz.: 

Common, wooden, L. C. L D 1 

Common, wooden, when flat cars are 

required, C. L 6 

Row, when flat car is required, min. 

wt. lQ,0001bs ._— 2 

Row, when two flat cars are required, 

min. wt. 10,000 lbs. to each car 2 

Row, C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs 3 

Steam Yachts, min. wt. 10,000 lbs 2 

Entirely taken apart and K. D. flat, 

crated or boxed, L. C. L 1 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 16,000 lbs 3 

Bobbin or Spool Heads, in sacks or 
packed in boxes 2 feet by 2 feet 

by 4 feet A 

Bobbins or Spools, complete, packed 5 



Class if 
Released 

Boiler Compounds : . . 4 

Bones, Rags, Scrap Iron, when in mixed 
C. L., not less than 20,000 lbs. to 

be charged for A 

Bowling Alleys, in bundles, crates, or 

boxes, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 6 

Box Material or Shooks, wooden, for 
the manufacture of packing cases 
or crates (not including cigar box 
material); same as Common Lum- 
ber. 
Boxes, empty, viz.: 
Packing Cases or Crates returned which 
were originally filled with paper 
boxes for knitting factory products, 

L. C. L 4 

Paper, nested (two or more), packed in 
wooden boxes, L. C. L. (Sup. No. 
2, February 3, 1915; and No. 3, 

May 31, 1915.) 2 

Paper, not nested, packed, L. C. L 1§ 

Paper, folding, K. D., packed, L. C. L.. 3 
Paper, packed, C. L., min. wt. 8,000 lbs. 4 

Refrigerator Boxes, L. C. L 4 

Brass, viz.: 

Scrap, packed . 5 

Brick, to be charged for at actual weight, 
viz.: 

Bath . 5 

Common, L. C. L. ; 20 per cent higher 
than C. L. 

Fire and Vitrified, C. L O 

Brick, hollow, and Tile, building and 
roofing, in straight or mixed C. L., 

min. wt. 30,000 lbs K 

Brimstone; same as Fertilizer when for 
use as fertilizer. 

In barrels, L. C. L 5 

Broomcorn, compressed, L. C. L 3 

Broomcorn, C. L., min. wt. 12,000 lbs... 5 
Broomcorn and Broom Handles, mixed 

C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs 6 

Building Material, wood, mixed C. L. 
of doors, sash, frames, blinds, 
flooring, sills, weather-boarding, 
scanting, or rough or finished 

lumber, C. L .. O 

Note. — The above classification will 
not apply on straight or mixed 
C. L. of sash, doors, and blinds 
only. 

Bulbs, flower, L. C. L 2 

Same, C. L 4 

Burlaps (not burlap bags, for which see 

Bags) 6 

Butter (in common or refrigerator cars), 
viz.: 

In cans, boxed or crated 3 

In cans, N. O. S.... . 2 

In kegs, firkins, buckets, pails, and tubs 3 
Butterine and Oleomargarine; same as 
Butter. 

C 

Cabinets, cracker, K. D. flat, C. L 4 

Same, N. O. S., S. U., -crated or 
boxed, C. L 2 

Canned Beef and Pork; see Meats. 
Canned Goods (not including Con- 
densed Milk), N. O. S., L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L. 5 

Cans, empty, viz.: 
Fruit, entirely boxed or crated, L. C. L. 3 
Lard, entirely boxed or crated, L. C. L. 3 
Meat, tin (used for packing meats), 

when returned 4 

Roving, leatheroid, fiber, paper, or 
tin, for cotton or woolen mills, in 
straight C. L., or with mixed 
C. L. of cotton or woolen mill 
machinery, min. wt. 20,000 lbs 6 



88 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



Class if 
Released 
Carpeting, viz.: 

Wood, unfinished, in bundles, 36 

inches long or under, L. C. L. 4 

Same, C. L 6 

Wood, N. O. S., in boxes or crates, 

L. C. L.. 3 

Wood, N. O. S., C. L ... 5 

Cartridges, metallic or paper (not high 

explosives), boxed, C. L 5 

Casings; Lumber rates. 
Ceiling, wooden; Lumber rates. 

Cellulose, in boxes or sacks, L. C. L 1 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs 4 

Cement, viz.: 

N. O. S., in barrels or sacks, L. C. L., 
20 per cent higher than C. L. rate. 
Cement, in bags, actual weight, in 
barrels, estimated weight: Port- 
land, 400 lbs.; N. O. S., 300 lbs. per 
barrel; C. L., 40,000 lbs. minimum 
(see Sup. No. 3, and Sup. No. 4, 

May 31, 1915) K 

Cement, in bags or barrels, and Lime 
in barrels, mixed, C. L., min. wt. 
24,000 lbs.; same as Cement, C. L. 
Plaster; same as Cement. 
Roofing; see Roofing. 
Charcoal, viz.: 
Charcoal, C. L., min. wt. 24,000 lbs... L 

In sacks, barrels, or casks, L. C. L. A 

Cheese (in common or refrigerator cars) . 4 
Chocolate, value limited to 20 cents per 

pound 3 

Churns, C. L., min. wt. 12,000 lbs.. 6 

Chutes and Tipples, coal, K. D., man- 
ufactured of iron and wood, L. C. L. 5 

Same, C. L 6 

Cigarettes, viz.: 
In wooden boxes, strapped or with 

end rabbeted 2 

In fiberboard or strawboard packages 
(as described in Rule 9, Southern 
Classification), with all flaps firmly 
glued and further sealed with 
paper sealing strip covering the 

box where the outer flaps meet 2 

In boxes, N. O. S l\ 

Cigars, boxed and strapped, corded 
and sealed, with cording passing 
through each and every board 
and over each and every seam, 

in boxes 1 

Cinders, coal, C. L P 

Clay, viz.: 

Burnished, packed ... 5 

Fire, L. C. L., packed K 

Same, C. L P 

N. O. S., in boxes, barrels, casks, or 

sacks, L. C. L 6 

N. O. S., C. L.; same as Brick, fire, 
C. L. 
Clothes Props, boxed or crated, L. C. L.. 4 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 12,000 lbs 6 

Coal and Coke, in boxes, barrels, casks 

or sacks, L. C. L K 

Coal Tar, in barrels, L. C. L A 

Coal Tar, C. L K 

Coffee, green, double sacks 6 

Coffin Stock, wooden, K. D., manufac- 
tured of pine, poplar, or other 
common woods, dressed, but not 
further finished, in crates or bun- 
dles, L. C. L 6 

Same, C. L A 

Coke, apply coal rates (Supplement No. 

2, February 3, 1915). 
Confectionery, viz.: 
Candy, value limited to 20 cents per 
pound, and so expressed in bill 
of lading 4 



Class if 
Confectionery — Continued. Released 

Candy, value limited to 6 cents per 
pound, and so expressed in bill 

of lading...! 6 

Cooperage Stock; Lumber rates. 

Copper, scrap, packed 5 

Copper, sulphate of; same as Bluestone. 

Copperas, in barrels or casks 6 

Cornices and Ornamental Work for 
Buildings, made of sheet or stamped 
metal, plain, galvanized or painted, 
viz.: 

Boxed or crated, L. C. L 1 

Boxed or crated or loose, C. L., min. 

wt. 10,000 lbs 2 

Corundum, crude, in casks, barrels, or 

sacks, value limited to 4 cents 

per pound, C. L.; same as Iron, 

special. 

Cotton, viz.: 

Unginned, packed in bags, 2,000 lbs. 

and over, L. C. L.. 5 

N. O. S., in bales; see Special rates. 
Cotton Factory Products Samples, in 

boxes or tablets 2 

Cotton Goods. See Dry Goods. 
Cottonseed Hulls and Meal, mixed, or 
in mixed C. L., or in less than C. L.; 
same as Cotton-seed Meal. 
Cottonseed Hulls, Meal, Ashes, and Oil 

Cake; see Fertilizers. 
Cotton Sweepings, Motes or Card Strip- 
pings, in bales, refuse of cotton 
spinning factories, knitting mills, 
or cottonseed oil mills (see Sup. 

No. 2, February 3, 1915) A 

Covers, viz.: 
Bottle, paper, straw, or wooden, 

packed or pressed in bales, L. C. L._ 3 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 12,000 lbs 6 

Crackers, L. C. L — 4 

Crackers, C. L., min. wt. 15,000 lbs 5 

Cracker Meal and Dust; same as Crackers. 

Creameries, packed or wrapped 3 

Cream Tartar, in boxes or kegs 2 

Cream Tartar, in barrels or hogsheads.. 3 
Crossties; Lumber rates. 



Decoy Ducks, wooden, in crates or cases. 3 

Same, canvas 1 

Dental Goods, L. C. L 1 

Same, C. L... 3 

Dextrine, in barrels, L. C. L 4 

Dressing, belt, in wood or in cans, boxed. 4 

Dry Goods, viz.: 
Cotton Factory Products, in the orig- 
inal piece, made wholly of cotton, in 
bales, O. R. of chafing, or packed 
in rolls covered with burlap, or in 
boxes, viz.: Backhands made of 
cotton webbing, Calicoes, Cam- 
brics, glazed; Canton Flannels, 
plain or dyed; Canvas, Cotton- 
ades, Checks, domestic; Cheviots, 
domestic; Cotton Bags, Cotton 
Bagging (including brown cotton 
bagging), Cotton Towels, Cotton 
Waste, Crash, linen or cotton; 
Denims, Drills, Duck, Ginghams, 
domestic; Jeans; Jeans, corset; 
Kerseys, Osnaburgs, Plaids, Rope, 
Sack Material, Sheetings, bleached 
or brown; Shirting, Silesia, Stripes, 
domestic; Teazle Cloth, Tickings, 
Twine, Warp, Webbing, backhand; 

Wicking, Yarn... 5 

Same, unless conditions above named 
are complied with; same as Dry 
Goods, N. O. S. 



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Class if 
Dry Goods — Continued. Released 

Felts, cotton (not batting), in bales... 5 

Hosiery, cotton 5 

Jute Canvas, when specific name of 
article and name of shipper are 
plainly marked on outside of pack- 
age, and stated in shipping receipt 
or bill of lading, in bales, O. R. C., 
or in boxes 5 

E 
Embalming Fluid, in glass or jugs, 

packed 1 

Same, in barrels or kegs 4 

Envelopes, packed 2 

Excelsior, pressed in bales, C. L., min. 
wt. 20,000 lbs.; Class O plus 10 per 
cent. 

F 
Fertilizer Material, viz.: 

Ammonia, sulphate of; Blood, dried; 
Bones; Castor Pomace, in bags; 
Potash, muriate of; Potash, sul- 
phate of; Fish Scrap; Slate, rotten; 
Soda, nitrate of; Sylvinit; Hoof 
Meal, in bags or in bulk; Manure, 
bat, bird, or sheep; Manure Salts, 
in bags or in bulk; Tankage; Acid 
Phosphate, in bulk; Kainit, in 
bulk; Hardsaltz, in bulk; min. 
C. L. 25 tons or 50,000 lbs.; 10 per 
cent less per ton than the rate on 
Fertilizer. 
Same, L. C. L.; Fertilizer rates. 
Fertilizer, C. L., min. wt. 24,000 lbs.: 

Fertilizers. — This term embraces the 
following and like articles: Am- 
monia suplhate, bone black, bones, 
ground or dissolved, castor pomace 
or fish scrap, guanos, altovella, fish 
Navassa, Navassa lump, Peruvian 
soluble Pacific, nitrate cake, plaster 
of Paris, potash, German salts of, 
muriate of, sulphate of; salt, cake, 
lump, and ground phosphate; soda, 
nitrate of and sulphate of; tank 
stuff. For additional articles tak- 
ing Fertilizer rates see Southern 
Classification. 
Fertilizers, L. C. L., packed, 20 per cent 

higher than car-load. 
Fiber, viz.: 

Palmetto, pressed in bales, L. C. L 6 

Plastering, hair or wool, pressed in 
bales or in bags compressed in 

bundles, C. L 6 

L. C. L., 20 per cent higher than 
car-load. 
Fish, viz.: 

In cans, boxed, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 5 

Dry, salted, packed, N. O. S 5 

Dry, salted, in boxes, value limited to 

5 cents per pound 6 

Fresh, packed, collect, freight guaran- 
teed by shipper, L. C. L 2 

Fresh, at O. R., in refrigerator cars, 
C. L., min. wt. 24,000 lbs., 5 cents 
per 100 lbs. higher than Class B. 

Pickled or salted, in barrels, half-bar- 
rels, kegs, or kits.. 6 

Fittings, iron pipe; see Iron and Steel 

Articles. 
Flooring; Lumber rates. 
Flour, viz.: 

N. O. S., in sacks, O. R. of wet and 
waste, estimated weight in one- 
half-barrel sacks, 98 lbs.; in one- 
fourth-barrel sacks, 49 lbs.; in one 
eighth-barrel sacks, 24| lbs.; except 
that when actual weight is clearly 






Class if 
Flour — Continued. Released 

shown to be less, only actual weight 
is to be charged for. Shipments of 
flour in any except usual size sacks 
as named above, in all cases to be 
charged for at actual weight. Bills 
of lading and waybills must show 
number of sacks of each weight 

contained in shipment C 

Food Preservative, packed 3 

Forges, portable 3 

Freezers, ice-cream 3 

Fruit, in cans, boxed, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 5 

Fruit, dried, L. C. L., viz.: 

Apples 4 

Berries, N. O. S 4 

Currants 3 

Peaches 4 

Pears; same as Apples. 

N..O. S 3 

Fruit, dried, C. L., min. wt. 24,000 lbs... 6 
Fruit, green, viz.: 

Apples. — Mixed C. L. of Apples, Beets, 
Cabbage, Onions, Potatoes, and 
Turnips may be taken at the same 
rate as straight C. L. of either 
article. 

Bananas, loose or in paper sacks, lots 

less than 2,000 lbs. prepaid 1? 

Bananas, loose or in paper sacks, lots 
of 2,000 lbs. or over, but less than 
10,000 lbs., prepaid 1 

Bananas, loose or in paper sacks, lots 
of 10,000 lbs. or over, prepaid or 
guaranteed, L. C. L 2 

Berries, N. O. S., prepaid 1 

Blackberries for wine purposes, C. L. 
min. 24,000 lbs. (Sup. No. 2, Feb. 
3, 1915) : 6 

Cranberries . 3 

Grapes, L. C. L., prepaid ... 1 

Grapes, in casks or barrels, for wine 

purposes, L. C. L ... 5 

Grapes, in casks or barrels, for wine 
purposes, C. L., min. wt. 24,000 
lbs 6 

Lemons 2 

Oranges, packed in cylindrical orange 
boxes, 20 per cent higher than rate 
charged for oranges packed in 
boxes of standard size and shape. 

Oranges, N. O. S 2 

Furnaces, viz.: 

Clay, pail-shaped, loose, L. C. L 6 

Clay, pail-shaped, released, C. L.; same 
as Brick, fire, C. L. 
Furniture, N. O. S., in the white; same 

as Finished Furniture. 
Furniture, C. L., viz.: 

Chairs, finished, K. D., C. L., min. 

wt. 20,000 lbs 5 

Chairs in the white, K. D., C. L., min. ■ 
wt. 20,000 lbs 6 

Chairs, Settees, and Stools, N. O. S., 

C. L., min. wt. 8,000 lbs 4 

Chair Stuff or Stock, N. O. S., parts 
not joined together, in the rough 
or in the white, min. wt. 20,000 lbs.. 6 

Chair Stock, wood, viz.: Bent arms, 
in crates or bundles, brace arms 
in sacks, in the rough, any quantity A 

Refrigerators and Ice Chests, stained, 

min. wt. 12,000 lbs * 

Safes or Cabinets, meat or kitchen, 
K. D. or S. U., C. L. 12,000 lbs. 
min 4 

N. O. S., min. wt. 12,000 lbs . 4 

Furniture, all kinds, finished or in the 
white, taking Fourth Class or lower 
when in straight car-loads; in mixed 
car-load, 12,000 lbs. min 4 



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N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



Class if 
Released 
Furniture, store, C. L., viz.: Counters 

and shelving (not glass), knocked 

down, C. L., min. 20,000 lbs. (Sup. 

No. 2, Feb. 3, 1915). 4 

Furniture, L. C. L., viz.: 

Bedsteads, folding, crated or boxed 2 

Bedsteads, N. O. S., wrapped or crated 3 
Bureaus and Chiffoniers, wrapped or 

crated 3 

Cabinets, kitchen, tin; same as Safes, 

kitchen. 

Chairs, reclining, upholstered, S. U 1| 

Chair Stock, wood, viz.: Bent arms in 

crates or bundles, brace arms in 

sacks, in the rough, any quantity.. A 
China Closets, wrapped, crated, or 

boxed 1 

Church Furniture, wrapped or crated, 

S. U 1 

Same, K. D 3 

Cots, S. U 2 

Cots, K. D. or folded.. 3 

Cribs, K. D. or folded. 3 

Desks and Seats, school, S. U. or 

folded 3 

Same, K. D 4 

Desks, N. O. S., wrapped or crated 2 

Frames, bureau glass, in bundles 2 

Frames, lounge, S. U 1 

Racks, hat, wrapped or crated, S. U... 1 

Same, K. D. or folded 2 

Refrigerators and Ice Chests, stained.. 3 
Safes, pantry, meat, or kitchen, S. U._ 1 
Sofas, N. O. S., and tete-a-tetes, 

wrapped or crated.. 1 

Stands, hall, wrapped or crated 3 

Tables, wrapped or crated, S. U 1 

Tables, K. D. flat 3 

Table Legs, Slides, Leaves, and Sup- 
ports 3 

Wardrobes, wrapped or crated, S. U... 1 

Same, K. D 3 

Washstands, wrapped or crated 3 

N. O. S., wrapped or crated, S. U 1 

N. O. S., wrapped or crated or boxed, 

K. D 3 

Furniture not included in foregoing lists, 

viz.: 

Bedsteads, iron or brass, C. L., min. 

wt. 12,000 lbs 4 

Bookcases, S. U., wrapped or crated... 1 
Chairs, wood, with cane, splint, rat- 
tan, reed, willow, bamboo, or solid 
wooden seats, whether manufac- 
tured of common or hardwood, 

S. U 1 

Same, K. D., boxed, crated, or 

wrapped in bundles 2 

Chairs, barber, dental, or surgical, 

S. U., boxed or crated 1$ 

Chairs and Stepladder, combination, 

S. U \\ 

Same, K. D., in bundles 1 

Fixtures, store, as described on pages 
38 and 39 of Supplement 4 to 
Southern Classification, C. L. 12,- 

000 lbs. min 3 

Same, L. C. L... 1 

Mattresses, shuck, excelsior, straw, 

cotton, or shoddy 3 

Poles and Rods, curtain, viz.: 

In the rough, in boxes, crates, or 

bundles, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 12,000 lbs 6 

In the white, L. C. L 4 

Same, packed or in rolls, strapped 
or securely tied in bundles (C. L. 

shipments may be taken loose) A 

Refrigerator or Cooling-room Material 
in complete sets, K. D., min wt. 
15,000 lbs. each. 4 



Class if 
Furniture — Continued. Released 

Springs, bed and furniture, compressed 
and packed in barrels, casks, or 

boxes 3 

Springs, bed, spiral or coil, compressed 

and crated 3 

Stands or Racks, music, viz.: 
Bamboo, reed, or willow, crated or 

boxed l| 

Iron or wood, wrapped, crated, or 

boxed, S. U 1 

Iron or wood, K. D. flat, wrapped, 

crated, or boxed 3 

Stands, revolving, display, wooden, 
viz.: 

Boxed or crated, S. U 1 

Boxed or crated, K. D., shelves, 

caps, and bases taken off 2 

Stools, piano 1 

Table Rims (not veneered), packed or 

securely tied together A 

Fustic, extract, in barrels or casks 5 

G 

Ginger, in bags 3 

Ginseng 1 

Glass and Glassware, viz.: 
Battery Jars, C. L., min. wt. 20,000 

lbs 6 

Bottles, viz.: 

Common, packed, L. C. L 4 

Common, packed, C. L 5 

Common, packed, in bulk, C. L., 

min. wt. 20,000 lbs 5 

Carboys, viz.: 

Empty, L. C. L 3 

Empty, returned, C. L., min. wt. 

15,000 lbs 6 

Cathedral, viz.: 
Rough, framed or leaded, in pack- 
ages, O. R. B., L. C. L._ 1 

Colored, stained, decorated, enam- 
eled, ground, figured, or etched, 

L. C. L .. 1 

Chimneys, C. L., min. wt. 16,000 lbs... 4 
Fruit Jars, common, packed, L. C. L.. 4 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs 5 

Glass, broken or cullet, in packages, 

C. L A 

Insulators, packed. 4 

Mirrors, viz.: 
Over 7 x 12 feet, packed; special con- 
tract. 
Over 3 feet, not exceeding 7 x 12 feet, 

packed 2 

Three feet or under, packed... 3 

Plate and Polished Wired Glass, boxed, 
viz.: 
Over 7^ feet wide or over 15 feet 
long, outside measurement (sub- 
ject to a minimum charge of 5,000 
lbs. at the First Class rate on each 
consignment), (carrier's option), 
owners to load and unload, L.C.L.. 3 T 1 
Not over 7| feet wide nor over 15 feet 
long, outside measurement, L.C.L.. 1 

All sizes, C. L 3 

Showcases, entirely boxed (not taken 

unless entirely boxed) 1J 

Window Glass, viz.: 
Common, 80 united inches in dimen- 
sions or under, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 5 

Over 80 united inches in dimensions, 

L. C. L 3 

Same, C. L 4 

Note. — "United inches" means the 
length and breadth of the package 
added together. 
;: cose Refuse or Gluten Meal, when 
shipped to fertilizer manufacturers, 
C. L.; same as Fertilizer. 
Glue, liquid, in glass, boxed 2 



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Class if 
Released 
Glycerine, in barrels or casks or iron 

drums 4 

Grain, in bulk, C. L D 

Graphite, crude, C. L P 

Grate Bars (each shipment weighing 
200 lbs. or over, whether in one or 

more pieces) A 

Grates, parts of, viz.: 

Baskets, packed 4 

Fronts, Fenders, and Frames, loose... 3 
Fronts, Fenders, and Frames, packed. 4 
Gravel, C. L., min. wt. 40,000 lbs.; 40 per 

cent less than Class L. 
Gravestones; see Monuments. 
Grease, viz.: 

Axle, all kinds.. 6 

N. O. S., in barrels or kegs 5 

Grindstone Frames, with or without 
Grindstones, K. D. or tied in 

bundles, L. C. L 3 

Same, in straight C. L. or in mixed 

C. L. with Grindstones 6 

Grindstones, L. C. L 6 

Grindstones, not mounted, C. L A 

Grits, in bags; same as Corn Meal. 

Gum, chewing— 4 



H 



Hair, cattle, for plastering, pressed in 
bales ... 

Handles, viz.: 
Brooms, boxed, crated, or in bundles, 

L. C. L A 

Brooms, C. L P 

Broom Handles and Broom Corn, mixed 
C. L.; see Broom Corn. 

N. O. S., boxed or crated, L. C. L A 

N. O. S., C. L .. P 

Hay, Fodder, and Straw, pressed in 

bales, L. C. L 6 

Same, in mixed C. L. with grain, 
millstuff, bran, shorts, or ship- 
stuff, min. wt. 20,000 lbs D 

Heading and Heading Bolts; Lumber 
rates. 

Hemp, in bales 3 

Hemp Stalks, in bales or bundles 5 

Hides, scrap (raw hide) 6 

Hides, viz.: 
Hides, dry, C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs... 5 
Skins, N. O. S., Furs and Peltries, 
value limited to 25 cents per lb., 

in bags . 1 

Same, pressed in bales 2 

Hods, brick or mortar, wooden, S. U 3 

Same, K. D 5 

Hogsheads, empty, prepaid 2 

Hogsheads, tobacco, galvanized sheet- 
iron, K. D., L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 10,000 lbs 6 

Hominy, in bags; same as Meal, corn. 
Hominy, flake; same as Meal, oat. 
Honey, viz.: 

In comb, boxed 3 

In glass or tin, boxed 3 

In barrels or kegs 5 

Hoofs and Horns, C. L A 

Hoop Poles; Lumber rates. 
Hoop Splits; Lumber rates. 
Hoops, N. O. S.; Lumber rates. 

Horses, stitching, crated, S. U 1 

Household Goods and Old Furniture, 
viz.: 
Household Goods and Old Furniture, 
well packed, value limited to $5 
per 100 lbs. in case of loss or dam- 
age, and so expressed in bill of 

lading, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs N 



Class if 
Released 
Household Goods and Old Furniture 
with Live Stock: 
Household Goods and Old Furniture, 
with not exceeding five head of 
Live Stock, one attendant to have 
free passage on same train as car 
(shipper's option), value limited to 
$5 per 100 lbs. in case of loss or dam- 
age, and so expressed in bill of 
lading, C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs... N 

Houses, portable, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 6 

Hulls, cotton-seed, in bulk, C. L.; see 

Fertilizers. 
Hulls, cotton-seed, in bags, barrels, or 

casks; see Fertilizers. 
Husks or Shucks, compressed in bales, 

L. C. L 6 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs K 

I 
Ice, prepaid or guaranteed, C. L., min. 

wt. 20,000 lbs. (see Note) L 

Note. — With shipments of ice in C. L. 
lots, 1,000 lbs. of sawdust, chaff, or 
i' other packing will be allowed free. 

Ice, L. C. L., packed (or in quantities 
not less than five tons, unpacked), 
prepaid or guaranteed; 25 per cent 
per 100 lbs. higher than C. L. 
Ink, viz.: 
Printing, in other than wooden vessels. 3 
Writing Fluid, in glass or stone, boxed. 3 
Iron and Steel Articles, boxed or crated, 

N. O. S 2 

Iron and Steel Articles (not boxed or 
crated unless so specified), viz.: 
Blooms and Billets, steel, per ton of 
2,240 lbs., C. L.; same as Pig Iron, 
per ton of 2,268 lbs., C. L. 
Booths, viz.: 

Voting, L. C. L 2 

Same, C. L 5 

Boxes, safe-deposit, L. C. L 2 

Boxes and Skeins, viz.: 
Wagon axle, shipped on axles, said 

axles loose or in bundles 6 

Brackets, shelf, steel, N. O. S., L. C. L.. 4 

Same, C. L 5 

Brakes, wagon, packed in barrels, 

L. C. L 5 

Car Spring Plates and Journal Box 

Lids.... 6 

Castings, viz.: 
In boxes (see Sup. No. 2, Feb 3, 1915), 
kegs, barrels, casks, or crates 
(not machinery or sewing ma- 
chines) 5 

Unpacked (not machinery, parts 
thereof), each piece weighing under 

200 lbs 5 

Ceiling, viz.: 
In boxes, bundles, or rolls, O. R. of 

wet and rust, L. C. L 5 

Chain belting, packed in casks or 
barrels, value limited to 2 cents 

per lb 6 

Chain Belting, N. O. S., in boxes, bar- 
rels, or kegs 5 

Chains, viz.: 

Cable 5 

Loose... 3 

Covers, man-hole, packed and con- 
tents described , or in bundles.wired. 5 
Dog Irons, cast, value limited to 2 
cents per lb.; same as Castings. 

Fencing, expanded iron 5 

Fenders, for street cars, L. C. L 3 

Same, C. L 6 

Flue, iron; same as Sheet Iron. 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



Class if 
Iron and Steel — Continued. Released 

Forgings, in kegs, N. O. B.„ 5 

Gutters, hanging, galvanized, not 

nested, L. C. L 1 

Hinges, in boxes, contents marked or 

stenciled thereon 4 

Hinges and Hooks, in kegs, barrels, 
or casks, contents marked or sten- 
ciled thereon 5 

Hods, brick or mortar, S. U 3 

Same, K. D 5 

Hydrants, Fire Plugs, and Water 

Gates, cast iron, L. C. L 4 

Ingots, steel; same as Blooms and 

Billets, steel. 
Iron, sulphate of, shipped to fertilizer 
factories; see Fertilizers. 

Kettles or Pans, large, cast iron 4 

Knuckles, steel parts of patent car 

couplers; see Special Iron 
Lap Rings; see Special Iron. 
Lasts, shoe, in boxes or barrels, value 
limited to 2 cents per lb., contents 

described on packages 5 

Lathing, expanded iron 5 

Mangers or Hay Racks, viz.: 

Loose, L. C. L 3 

Wired in bundles or nested and - 

crated, L. C. L 4 

Wired in bundles or nested and 
crated or loose, C. L., min. wt. 

15,000 lbs 5 

Mantels, not packed 3 

Mantels, packed 4 

Moulds, ingot, crated 6 

Muck and Puddle Bar Iron, L. C. L.; 

same as Pig Iron, L. C. L. 
Muck and Puddle Bar Iron, per ton 
2,240 lbs.; same as Pig Iron, per 
ton 2,268 lbs., C. L. 
Nails, viz.: 

In boxes (horse and mule shoe) 5 

In kegs (finishing) 5 

Picks, in bundles, barrels, or kegs; see 

Special Iron. 
Pig Iron, L. C. L.; 20 per cent higher 
than C. L. 

Pig Iron, C. L M 

Pipe Joints or Fittings, consisting of 
Elbows, Traps, Tees, Crosses, 
Bushings, Plugs, Couplings, and 
Caps (made entirely of iron and 
without brass or other trimmings 
or fixtures), (see Note), packed or 

not packed, L. C. L 6 

Same, C. L.; see Special Iron. 

Note. — The above ratings will apply 

on Elbows, Traps, Tees, and 

Crosses, with brass screw clean-out 

plugs or brass or bronze stay-rods. 

Rails, iron or steel, any quantity A 

Safe Doors; same as Safes. 
Safes, viz.: 
Each weighing over 10,000 lbs. (Safes 

and Vaults) 1 

Each weighing over 6,000 lbs. and 

not over 10,000 lbs 2 

Each weighing over 3,000 lbs. and 

not over 6,000 lbs 3 

Each weighing 3,000 lbs. or less 4 

Scrap Iron, packed or loose, C. L., 

min. wt. 30,000 lbs __ K 

Same, unpacked, each piece weigh- 
ing not less than 150 lbs., L. C. L._ A 

Same, p'acked, L. C. L... A 

Sheet Iron, viz.: 
Cut in strips for stove pipe, nested 

flat and crated 6 

Galvanized; same as Sheet Iron, 

Plain or Corrugated 6 

Sinks, unpacked, L. C. L 3 

Same, C. L 5 



Class if 
Iron and Steel— Continued. Released 

Sinks, in barrels or boxes, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 5 

Springs, viz.: 

Carriage 6 

Seat (not wire) 6 

Tacks, in kegs and barrels (Sup. No. 

3, May 31, 1915) 5 

Iron and Steel, special, consisting of the 
following articles: 
Note. — Commodity rates on "Special 
Iron" will apply on all articles 
enumerated in the following list. 
In the absence of commodity rates, 
Class A rates will apply. 
Architectural, consisting of Columns, 
Pedestals, Capitals, Saddles, Door 
and Window Jambs, Plates, Sills, 
Studding, Lintels, Rolled Beams, 
Angles, Channel Bars, Girders, and 

Tees or Zees A 

Axles, car... . A 

Axles, carriage or wagon, loose or 

wired together A 

Bar, Band, Hoop, Rod, Plate (not 
planished or polished), Boiler, all 

unpacked- A 

Bar Steel, or steel bars, polished or 

not polished, packed or unpacked. A 

Blooms and Billets, steel A 

Bolts, Nuts, Rivets, and Washers, 

packed or in bags or bundles A 

Boxes and Skeins, vehicle, in kegs, 

barrels, or casks, released A 

Boxes and Skeins, wagon axle, loose, 

owners to load and unload, C. L._ A 

Brake Beams, iron A 

Brake Shoes, packed or not packed A 

Bridge Material A 

Car Replacers, in bundles A 

Castings (not machinery) or parts 
thereof, each piece weighing 200 
lbs. or over, unpacked, O. R. B... A 
Castings or Forgings, parts of com- 
presses, each piece weighing 2,000 
lbs. or over, owners to load and 

unload A 

Castings, C. L., viz.: Castings, rough, 
N. O. S. (not machinery nor parts 
thereof, nor sewing machines nor 
parts thereof, nor stove castings), 

packed in kegs, barrels, or loose A 

Cattle Guards, wrought A 

Chains, in barrels or casks, value 

limited to 2 cents per lb A 

Chains, loose or in coils A 

Couplers, or parts thereof, car, patent, 
loose, O. R. of wet, rust, or break- 
age.. A 

Crowbars A 

Draft Iron A 

Elevator Weights A 

Filings, iron A 

Fishbars, Fastenings, and Rail Braces. A 

Frogs, railroad A 

Harrow Teeth, in kegs or barrels A 

Jail Plate A 

Kilns, lime, or parts thereof, manu- 
factured of sheet or boiler iron, 
with cast-iron doors, door frames, 
grates, and floors, K. D., crated, 
boxed, or in bundles, released, 

C. L A 

Lap Rings A 

Links and Pins, railroad, in bundles, 

barrels, or casks A 

Mattocks, in bundles, barrels, or kegs. A 
Nails and Spikes, in kegs, estimated 

weight 106 lbs. per keg A 

Nails and Spikes, in double kegs, 

estimated weight 208 lbs. per keg.. A 
Nails, cement coated, in kegs A 



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Class if 
Iron and Steel — Continued.^ Released 

Nails, wire, in kegs, estimated weight 

106 lbs. per keg A 

Nails, wire, in double kegs, estimated 

weight 208 lbs. per keg A 

Picks, in bundles, barrels, or kegs A 

Pipe, cast, released A 

Pipe, lined with cement, released A 

Pipe Joints or Fittings, consisting of 
Elbows, Traps, Tees, Crosses, Bush- 
ings, Plugs, Couplings, and Caps 
(made entirely of iron and wi thout 
brass or other trimmings or fix- 
tures), (see Note under Pipe Fit- 
tings, L. C. L.), packed or not 

packed, C. L A 

Pipe Fittings, wired in bundles, C. L._ A 

Pipe, wrought, released A 

Plow Clevises, Couplers, Frogs, Heel 
Bolts, Moulds, or Plant Fenders 
(in bundles, or in kegs, barrels, or 
casks), Plates, Points, and Wings— A 

Plow Steel A 

Poles, electric light or railway A 

Posts, fence, railroad A 

Rust, iron ._-. A 

Sadirons, in barrels or casks, released- A 
Sadirons, in boxes, contents to be 
plainly marked on boxes, and con- 
tract to be made by shipper that 
no other articles shall be put in the 

boxes A 

Sash Weights, unpacked A 

Sawdust, iron rusted A 

Shingle Bands, sheet iron, in bundles 

or packed in barrels A 

Shoes, horse, mule, and ox, in kegs, 

(estimated weight 106 lbs. per keg. A 

Skelp iron . A 

Sledges, without handles, wired to- 
gether A 

Splices, Switches, Switch Chairs, rail- 
road A 

Standpipes, K. D A 

Staples, fence, in barrels or kegs A 

Timber Hangers A 

Tires, wagon A 

Trucks, car A 

Wheels, car A 

Wire fence, iron (not woven), on reels 
or in coils, loose or packed in 

barrels, O. R. of wet and rust A 

Note. — On mixed C. L. of iron fence 
wire and nails the C. L. rate on 
the highest classed article may be 
applied. 
Tubs, viz.: 

Tubs, bath 3 

Tubs, galvanized iron, closely nested. 3 
Tubs and Buckets, galvanized, C. L. 

min. wt. 20,000 lbs 4 

Tubs, wash or laundry, legs off 3 

Urns 5 

Vault work, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 6 

Vises 4 

J 
Jelly, powdered, packed in wood 4 



Kainit, when shipped to fertilizer fac- 
tories; see Fertilizer Material; 
when in less than 25-ton ship- 
ments, Fertilizer rates apply. 

Knitting Factory Products, made wholly 
of cotton, in bales, O. R. C, or in 
boxes when specific name of article 
and shipper's name are plainly 
marked on outside of package 



Class if 
Released 



Knitting — Continued. 

and stated in receipt or bill of 
lading 5 

Kryolyth, in casks or drums 6 



Lampblack, in boxes, barrels, or casks 3 

Lard, in tin cans, not boxed 5 

Note. — With shipments of lard, no 
freight charges will be made for 
such an amount of ice as is neces- 
sary to preserve it in transit. 
Laths; Lumber rates. 
Launches, gasoline and naphtha, C. L., 

min. wt. 10,000 lbs 2 

Lead, viz.: 

In boxes 5 

Bar or sheet ' 5 

Black, in kegs or barrels 5 

Glaziers', on reels, crated 4 

Red and White; same as Paints. 
Sublimate of, in kegs, half-barrels, 

or barrels..— 5 

Lead Dross and Skimmings 6 

Leather, in rolls or boxes, L. C. L 3 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs..... 4 
Leather Shoe Heels and Shoe Taps, in 

barrels 3 

Leather Scraps, Shavings, or Skivings, 
in packages or bales (leather 
scraps will include trimmings cut 
from side leather or obtained in 
the manufacture of leather goods). A 

Licorice, in mass, boxed— 4 

Lime, viz.: 
In casks or barrels, L. C. L.; 20 per cent 
higher than C. L. 

Acetate of, L. C. L 6 

Same, C. L.; same as Fertilizers. 
Carbonate of, in barrels or casks; 
same as Lime. 

Chloride of, in barrels or casks 6 

Chloride of, N. O. S 4 

In barrels, C. L., min. wt. 24,000 lbs., 

actual weight to be charged for; 

Class K less 10 per cent. 

In barrels, and Cement in bags or 

barrels, mixed C. L., min. wt. 

24,000 lbs.; same as Cement, C. L.„ 

Slaked, for agricultural purposes, in 

bulk or bags; 20 per cent less than 

Fertilizers. 

Lime Rock, ground, C. L.; 20 per cent 

less than Fertilizer, C. L. 
Limestone, ground, in barrels, L. C. L... 5 

Same, C. L 6 

Live Stock, subject to the following 
rules (see Estimated Weight under 
General Rules), viz.: 
Maximum Valuations of Live Stock 
Shipments: 

Horses and Mules, each $ 75 

Mare and Colt, together 100 

Jacks or Stallions, each 150 

Cow and Calf, together 35 

Domestic Horned Animals, each. 30 

Calves, Hogs, or Sheep, each 5 

Live Stock, C. L N 

Live Stock, L. C. L. (see rules governing 

weights) 4 

Locks, viz.: Padlocks, rim-locks, value 

limited to $2.50 per dozen 3 

Locomotive Cabs, L. C. L., S. U., re- 
quiring flat or gondola car, min. 

wt. 4,000 each 1 

Logs; see Special Rates. 

Lumber, common, rough, or dressed, 

C. L P 

Lumber, common, rough, or dressed, 
L. C. L.; 20 per cent higher than 
Class K. 



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Class if 
Released 
Lumber, hickory, dogwood, and per- 
simmon timber, round or split, 
C. L.; same as Lumber. 
Lumber for the manufacture of packing 
cases and tobacco box material, 
in shooks, bundles, or plank, rough 
or dressed, C. L.; same as Lumber, 
C. L. (not to apply to cigar box 
material). 
Lumber, mahogany, walnut, maple, 

cherry, and white pine, C. L Special 

Same, L. C. L.; 20 per cent higher 

than Class K. 
Same, dressed, L. C. L 5 

M 

Machinery and Machines, C. L., owners 
to load and unload, viz.: 
Blowers, rotary, iron, min. wt. 20,000 

lbs 6 

Fans, exhaust; same as Blowers, rotary. 

Street Sweeping, S. U., requiring flat 

or gondola cars, min. wt. 5,000 lbs. 

each 5 

Same, K. D. (brushes crated), loaded 

in box cars 5 

N. O. S., all kinds, boilers, engines, 

or parts thereof, min. wt. 20,000 lbs.. 6 
Machinery and Machines, L. C. L., viz.: 

Biscuit Machines, boxed or crated 3 

Cotton and Woolen Machinery, viz.: 
Beams, wooden, warp, cylinders, 
spools, bobbins, and shuttles, 

returned to be refilled 6 

Bobbins, Shuttles, and Spools, 

wooden, packed 5 

Card Flats, returned to be reclothed 

or recovered 6 

Rollers, iron and steel, returned to 
be repaired or recovered, rating to 

apply in both directions 4 

Engines and Machinery, hoisting 4 

Grain Conveyors, iron tubes, in sec- 
tions 12 feet long or less, loose, or 

in crates or bundles 5 

Mills, viz.: 

Barilla Bark 4 

Cotton-seed Oil 4 

Presses, viz.: 

Printing, S. U . 1 

Printing, not boxed, K. D 2 

Pulleys 5 

Pulley Wheels and Blocks, manufac- 
tured wholly of iron and so marked 

on package, wired in bundles 4 

Range and Bath Boilers 3 

Sawmills, carriages over 16 feet in 

length 3 

Sawmills, carriages not over 16 feet in 

length 4 

Tools, machinists' (planers, lathes, 

etc.).... 3 

Madder 3 

Magnesite, crude, viz.: 

In boxes or kegs, C. L 5 

In barrels, bags, or casks, L. C. L 5 

In bulk, C. L 6 

Magnesium, chloride of, in barrels or 

casks. 6 

Manganese, crude P 

Manganese, packed, L. C. L.; 20 per cent 

higher than Class K. 
Manganese, released, value limited to 
$18 per ton of 2,000 lbs., and so 
expressed in the bill of lading; 
Special Iron rates. 

Marbles, in boxes or casks 4 

Marl, C. L., min. wt. 40,000 lbs.; 10 per 
cent higher than rate on Sand and 
Loam Soil. 



Class if 
_, , _ Released 

Marl or Green Sand, L. C. L. (not taken 
in bulk), 80 per cent of Fertilizer 
rate. 
Mats, viz.: 

Door, wire, iron, steel, or rubber 2 

Grass, hemp, hair, or cocoa 2 

Old Oil Press, shipped from oil mills.. 6 

Matting, N. O. S 2 

Pine Fiber 6 

Meal, viz.: 
Corn, in barrels, actual weight of 
package and contents to be charged 

for. . D 

Corn, N. O. S., except when in paper 

packages (see note) D 

Note. — L. C. L. shipments of Meal, 
in cloth bags, each package weigh- 
ing less than 21 pounds, will not 
be accepted unless enclosed in 
burlap, jute for duck bags. 
Bills of lading and waybills for ship- 
ment of Meal in bags must show 
number of bags of each size, weigh- 
ing 21 pounds or over, and the 
number of burlap, jute, or duck 
bags, containing bags weighing 
less than 21 pounds, contained in 
the shipment. (See Sup. No. 3, 
May 31, 1915.) 
Cotton Seed; see Fertilizers. 

Flaxseed, L. C. L 3 

Flaxseed, C. L D 

Linseed-oil Meal; same as Meal, cot- 
ton seed; see Fertilizers. 
Measures, wooden, C. L., min. wt. 12,000 

lbs 6 

Meats, all shipments to be charged at 
actual weight, viz. : 
Fresh, prepaid or collect, freight guar- 
anteed by shipper, L. C. L 3 

Beef, canned, in boxes B 

Desiccated Meats 4 

Pork, canned, in boxes B 

Sausage, fresh, prepaid or guaranteed- 4 

Sausage, L. C. L 6 

Sausage Casings, in barrels or kegs 4 

Tongues, pickled, in barrels or kegs.. B 

Tripe B 

Melons, L. C. L., packed or loose, en- 
tirely at owner's risk, prepaid or 

guaranteed 5 

Melons, C. L., prepaid or guaranteed O 

Merry-go-rounds, O. R. B., K. D., with 
machinery for operating, C. L., 

min. wt. 20,000 lbs 5 

Mica, viz.: 
Mica, scrap and ground, in bags or 
barrels, value limited to 6 cents 

per lb., C. L 6 

Same, L. C. L 5 

Milk, condensed, viz.: 
In boxes, kegs, half-barrels, or barrels, 

L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 5 

In ten-gallon cans, not boxed 2 

Molasses, viz.: 
Shipments of molasses will be ac- 
cepted at an estimated weight 
of 12§ lbs. per gallon, including 
package, the gallonage to be taken 
from the marks on the barrel as 
stenciled by authorized gaugers. 

In cans, boxed, in kegs or kits 4 

In barrels or hogsheads 6 

In tank cars; same as in barrels or hogs- 
heads. 
Marble and Granite (other than Grave- 
stones, Tombstones, Monuments, 
or parts thereof). 
Blocks or Slabs, marble, slate, granite, 
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Class if 
Marble — Continued. Released 

or in part, in boxes or crates, L. 
C L 4 

Same, C. ~L~~min. wt. 30,000 lbs. .... 6 
Blocks or Slabs, marble, slate, granite, 
or stone, rough quarried, not 
packed; also sawed, sand rubbed 
(or slushed), hammered or chiseled, 

boxed or crated, L. C. L A 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 30,000 lbs P 

Chips or cubes, rough or dressed for 

inlaid or mosaic tiling, L. C. L 6 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 30,000 lbs A 

Crushed or rubble, in bulk, in bags 

or barrels, L. C. L 6 

In packages or in bulk, C. L., min. 
wt. 40,000 lbs. ; 40 per cent less than 
Class L. 
Monuments, Gravestones, and Tomb- 
stones, viz.: 
Marble or Granite, not boxed, freight 
prepaid at option of initial carrier. D 1 

Dust, marble, L. C. L 6 

i Same, C. L., min. wt. 30,000 lbs A 

Dust, stone for street paving purposes 
(not crushed stone or marble dust), 
C. L.; same rates as on Cement, 
C. L. 
Marble or granite, all kinds, N. O. S... 1 
Marble, granite, cement, or concrete, 
including parts of monuments, 
gravestones (lettered or not let- 
tered, but not sculptured), and 
not including statuary, in boxes 

or crates, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 30,000 lbs 6 

N. O. S., in boxes or crates 1 

Metal, packed, value limited to $300, 
prepaid at option of initial road 

or steamer 2 

Mouldings, carpenter's, without orna- 
mentation; Lumber rates. 

N 
Nuts, viz.: 

Chestnuts, prepaid 5 

Peanuts and Chufas, L. C. L 5 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs 6 

Pecans, in barrels or in single or double 

sacks, C. L 5 

Walnuts and Hickory Nuts, packed, 

C. L 6 

Same, packed, L. C. L 5 

O 

Oakum 4 

Oatmeal, Rolled Oats, or Shredded Oats, 

in sacks 5 

Same, in boxes, barrels, kegs, or 
drums 6 

Ochre, in casks or barrels, L. C. L 6 

Same, C. L A 

Oils, viz.: 

Castor, in glass, packed .. 2 

Cocoa, in original packages 2 

Cocoa, in barrels 4 

Cotton-seed, in barrels, crude, L. C. L. A 
Cotton-seed, in barrels, C. L., 24,000 

lbs. min A 

Cotton-seed, in tanks, governed by 
the following rules, viz.: 

1. Rates when in tank cars will be 

assessed on basis of shell capacity 
in gallons, multiplied by 7\ lbs. 
per gallon. 

2. Tank cars must invariably be loaded 

to their full capacity, subject to a 

min. wt. of 24,000 lbs. 

In tank cars, C. L A 

Cotton-seed, cooking or refined A 

Cotton-seed, crude, N. O. S., L. C. L... A 



Oils— Continued. . Released 

Creosote, in barrels or tanks, C. L 6 

Dead, of coal tar or creosote, in barrels 

or tanks, L. C, L 4 

Same, C. L g 

Lard and Linseed, in barrels, actual 

weight, L. C. L 4 

Lard and Linseed, in barrels or tanks, 

actual weight, C. L 5 

Lubricating, product of coal oil; 

same as Oil, coal. 
Petroleum and Petroleum Products 
(notes and estimated weights as 
per Southern Classification; Sup. 
No. 4, May 31, 1915.) 
Coal Oil, Crude Oil, Distillates, 
Fuel Oil, Gas Oil, Grease (not 
axle), Kerosene Oil, Lubricating 
Oil (not axle grease), Miners' Oil, 
Paraffin Oil, Paraffin Wax, Petro- 
latum, Refined Oil, Residuum, 
Road Oil, Soap Oil, Tailings, 
Transformer Oil, and Wood Oil, 
viz.: 

In cans, boxed, C. L 4 

In barrels, carrier's convenience, 

L. C. L 4 

In barrels, C. L 6 

In tank cars, C. L 6 

In iron casks or drums (coal or 
kerosene, naphtha, benzine, and 
gasoline), actual weight, L. C. L._. 4 

Same, C. L 6 

Outfits, graders' and contractors', L.C.L.. 2 
Outfits, contractors' or graders', such 
as carts, wheelbarrows, tackle, 
tools, etc., wired, C. L., with 

or without live stock N 

Note. — If attendant accompanies ship- 
ments, regular passenger rate to 
be charged. 

Artesian Well-diggers', C. L... N 

Oysters, viz.: 

Note. — Railroad companies may de- 
cline to receive and transport 
Fresh Oysters by freight. 

In cans or kegs, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 5 

Shell, in barrels 5 

Shell, in bulk, C. L 6 

P 
Packing, hemp 4 

Paintings, Pictures, Chromos, etc., viz. 
Value over $200 taken only by special 

contract. 
Value of each box limited to $200 per 

box, well boxed D 1 

Value limited to $5 per 100 lbs 2 

Paints, viz.: 
In pails or cans, boxed or securely 

crated 4 

Bulk, liquid, in kegs, kits, barrels, or 

casks 5 

Bulk, dry, in kegs or kits 5 

Bulk, dry, in barrels or casks 6 

Metallic; same as Paints. 

Mineral, dry, in barrels or casks 5 

Paper, viz.: 
Glazed, for manufacture of paper 

boxes or for wrapping purposes, 

in bundles. 6 

Printing, in rolls or bundles, C. L A 

Same, L. C. L 6 

Roofing, in bundles or crates 6 

Roofing, in rolls. A 

Wall, in bundles 3 

Waste Paper, in bundles 3 

Wrapping or Lining, in bundles, rolls, 

or crates, L. C. L._ 6 

Same, C. L A 



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Class if 
Released 
Paving Blocks, wooden; Lumber rates. 
Paving Composition, composed of sand 

and tar; same as Asphalt. 
Peas, viz.: 

Dried, in boxes D 

Dried or Split, N. O. S., in bags or 

barrels, L. C. L D 

Same, C. L D 

Cow, in bags or barrels, C. L D 

Peat or Peat Moss, in bags, barrels, or 

casks, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L A 

Pickets, wooden; Lumber rates. 
Pickles, viz.: 
In buckets or pails, wooden, L. C. L.__ 4 

In kegs, barrels, or casks, L. C. L 5 

Piles; Lumber rates. 
Pipe, viz.: 
Earthen and Concrete, drain or roofing 

(pipe and tile), L. C. L 6 

Same, C. L . _ A 

Earthen or Concrete, drain, tile, or 

sewer, C. L P 

Same, L. C. L K 

Earthen (not drain), L. C. L 5 

Same, C. L 6 

Sewer, earthen, or concrete, and fix- 
tures; flues, flue linings, flue tops 
and chimney caps and drain tile, 
earthen or concrete; in mixed C. L., 
min. wt. 25,000 lbs.; 25 per cent 
higher than Class P. (Sup. No. 2, 
February 3, 1915.) 
Stove and Elbows, C. L., loose or in 
bundles, straight or mixed, min. 

wt. 20,000 lbs 5 

Stove (side seams not closed), nested 
and wired or crated, or otherwise, 

C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs 5 

Pitch, in barrels or casks, N. O. S., 

C.L K 

Planks or boards, edges glued together; 

Lumber rates. 
Plaster, viz.: 

Calcined, C. L.„_ . K 

Calcined, L. C. L., 20 per cent higher 

than C. L. rate. 
Cement; see Cement, plaster. 
Land; same as Agricultural Lime. 

Plaster of Paris, L. C. L 6 

Same, C. L A 

Wall, in bags or barrels, C. L. 36,000 

lbs. min. Class K, less 10 per cent. 

(Sup. No. 5, September 20, 1915.) 

Plates, viz.: 

Paper and Wooden, including Wooden 

Butter Dishes and* Plates, C. L., 

min. wt. 12,000 lbs.-- 6 

Wooden Plates or Dishes, nested, 

packed in crates or boxes, L. C. L._ 5 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 12,000 lbs 6 

Plumbago (ship's option), in sacks, 

barrels, or boxes 5 

Same, N. O. S 5 

Poles, viz.: 
Hoop; same as Barrel Material. 
Telegraph and telephone; Lumber 
rates. 
Porch Columns, wooden; same as;Sash, 

Doors, and Blinds. 
Posts, fence; Lumber rates. 
Potash, German, muriate, and sulphate, 
when shipped to fertilizer factories; 
see Fertilizers. 
Preserves, Fruit Juices, etc., viz.: 
Fruit Juices and Fountain Syrups: 
Coca-Cola, carbonated, in glass, 
packed, securely wired and sealed 
or locked; same as Ginger Ale, simi- 
larly packed. 
In wood, L. C. L 3 



Class if 
Released 
Preserves, Fruit Butter, and Jellies, viz.: 

In glass, packed, L. C. L 3 

Same, C. L 4 

In wood, L. C. L.„ 4 

Same, C. L 5 

In cans, boxed, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 5 

In glass, packed, in wood or in cans, 

boxed, mixed, C. L 5 

Pumps and Pump Material, viz.: 
Hand, Endless Chain, or Bucket 
Pumps, detachable parts removed 
and crated or wired in bundles, 

L. C. L 4 

Hand, Endless Chain, or Bucket 

Pumps, C. L 5 

Steam Pumps, Pumping Engines and 

Machinery, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 5 

Wooden Tubing, L. C. L 5 

Same, C. L 6 



Q 
Quills, goose and turkey, in bales, bar- 
rels, boxes, or crates ; 1 

T> 

Rags, viz.: • 

In sacks or crates 3 

In barrels or hogsheads 4 

With bones; see Bones. 
Railroad Rolling Stock Equipment (not 
including street or tramway cars, 
for which see Vehicles), viz.: 

Cars, K. D. (i. e., cars from which 
trucks or other detachable parts 
have been removed and loaded 
on same car with bodies), to be 
loaded and unloaded by owners, 
and at O. R.; Special Iron rates. 

Cars and Locomotives, standard gauge, 
on their own wheels, subject to the 
following rules: 

Basis for Calculation of Freight. — Mile- 
age rates between points governed 
by this Exception Sheet will be 
computed upon the basis of the 
shortest all-rail standard-gauge 
mileage by available routes of 
transportation, plus actual arbi- 
traries, subject to a minimum 
distance of 75 miles for each line, 
and governed by the mileage shown 
in the "Official Guide." 

Locomotive and Tenders, moved by 
their own power, owner to furnish 
fuel and crew, carrier to furnish 
pilot expense of owner, 15 cents 
per mile. 

Locomotives and Tenders, dead, or 
on their own wheels, connecting 
rods and small parts liable to be 
damaged, at option of carrier, to 
be taken off and boxed, 20 cents 
per mile. All expenses for oil, 
waste and repairs are in addition 
to the rates, and will be at the 
expense of the owner. 

Locomotives and Tenders, loaded 
wholly on flat cars, 25 cents per 
mile. 

Locomotives, loaded on flat cars and 
weighing less than 40,000 lbs., 
same as Machinery, N. O. S. 

Reeds, willow, in bales — 2 

Roofing, viz.: 

Cement, L. C. L._ 5 

Same, C. L A 

Slate, packed, L. C. L 6 

Slate, C. L., min. wt. 30,000 lbs.... K 



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Class if 
Released 

Roots, ivy, C. L., min. wt. 24,000 lbs P 

Roots and Herbs, all kinds, value agreed 

to be 6 cents per pound, in bags, 

boxes, or barrels, L. C. L. (Sup. 

No. 2, February 3, 1915.) 4 

Rope, wire --- 5 

Rosin, in barrels, actual weight to fbe 

charged for, L. C. L.; 20 per cent 

higher than Class K. 
Rosin, in barrels or casks, actual weight 

to be charged for, C. L K 

Rosin Dross, apply Rosin rates. (Sup. 

No. 2, February 3, 1915.) 
Rustic Work, not boxed or crated 1 

S 

Sago Flour, in bags 5 

Same, in other packages; same as 
Starch. 
Salt, viz.: 
In sacks, boxes, or barrels, L. C. L. ... K 

In sacks, boxes, or barrels, C. L O 

Salt, cake; see Fertilizers. 

Saltpetre, L. C. L 5 

Saltpetre, C. L... — 6 

Salts, viz.: 

Bleaching, in barrels or casks. 6 

Bleaching, N. O. S 4 

Epsom, in casks or barrels, L. C. L 5 

Epsom, N. O. S., L. C. L 4 

Sand, C. L.__._ P 

Sardines; see Fish. 
Sash, viz.: 

Glazed, L. C. L •— 4 

Glazed, C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs 6 

Unglazed, C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs.... 6 
Unglazed, N. O. S.; same as Blinds. 

Sauerkraut, in barrels 6 

Sausage and Sausage Casings; see Meats. 
Saw Bucks, wooden, K. D., in crates 

or boxes 5 

Sawdust, C. L., 24,000 lbs. min P 

Saws, drag, with horse power 5 

Screens, viz.: 
Door or Window, of wire, in bundles, 

boxes or crates, L. C. L 4 

Door or Window, of wire, O. R. B. 

C. L., min. wt. 15,000 lbs 6 

Screws, bench, packed 4 

Sea Grass, Sea Weed or Salt Hay, pressed 
in bales, C. L., 20 per cent less 
than Class D. 
Seed, viz.: 

Clover, C. L 6 

Corn, in barrels or sacks 5 

Cotton, C. L., min. wt. 20,000 lbs.; 
20 per cent less than Class D. 

Flax, C. L._— - 6 

Garden, C. L 4 

Garden, returned over same line by 

which originally forwarded 6 

Hemp, C. L... 6 

Millet, L. C. L 5 

Same, C. L... 6 

Timothy, L. C. L 3 

Same, C. L 6 

Vetches, C. L... - 6 

Shear Flocks, refuse or waste of woolen 

mills _. A 

Sheep, Dip, liquid or powdered, in 

packages 4 

Shells, viz.: 
If for street or road paving purposes 
and so specified in bill of lading, 

C. L A 

Oyster, in barrels or kegs A 

Oyster, ground, in barrels.... A 

Oyster, to be used for fertilizer pur- 
poses, when consigned to fertilizer 
factories, C.L.; same as Fertilizers. 

Part I.— Corp. Com., 1915.— 7 



Class if 
Released 
Shingle Bolts; Lumber rates. 
Shingles, wooden; Lumber rates. 
Shooks, boxed or crated (not including 
cigar box material); Lumber rates. 
Shooks, barrel, cask, or hogshead; 

Lumber rates. 
Shot, viz.: 
In barrels, half-barrels, quarter-bar- 
rels, or drums; same as in kegs. 

In paper bags, boxed and strapped 4 

In kegs or double sacks 6 

Showcases; see Glass and Glassware. 
Siding; Lumber rates. 

Silex, in barrels 6 

Silicates, peroxides of, in barrels ... 5 

Slush, Soap Stock, or similar material 
for manufacturing soap, in bar- 
rels; same as Cotton-seed Oil. 
Soap Stock; same as Cotton-seed Oil. 
Soapstone, viz.: 

Crude, C. L P 

Crude, in barrels or casks, value limited 

to $10 per ton; same as Cement. 
Ground, in barrels or bags, value 

limited to $20 per ton, L. C. L 5 

Same, C. L 6 

Soda, viz.: 
Nitrate of, L. C. L.; same as Fertilizers, 

L. C. L. 
Nitrate, C. L.; see Fertilizers, C. L. 

Soda Ash, in bags, any quantity A 

Sulphate of, C. L.; same as Fertil- 
izers, C. L. 

Sulphate of, L. C. L.._. 6 

Softener, cotton and wool, in barrels B 

Softener, cotton and wool, N. O. S 5 

Solder 5 

Sorghum, in barrels or hogsheads.. 6 

Spindles, packed, L. C. L 6 

Spirittine, in cans, boxed, L. C. L 2 

Spoke Timber, in the rough; Lumber 
rates. 

Stanchions, cattle 6 

Stationery 2 

Staves and Stave Bolts; Lumber rates. 
Stills, viz.: 

Iron, L. C. L 3 

Copper (worm crated) 3 

Stone, lithographic. ._ __ 2 

Stoves, Alcohol, Gas, Gasoline, Oil, 
and Vapor, Sheet Iron, C. L., 

min. wt. 12,000 lbs 3 

Stoves and Ranges, Cast Iron, L. C. L. 
Box and crate requirement will 
not apply. 

Sugar, in barrels or hogsheads 6 

In cartons or sacks packed in boxes 
or in double sacks; same as in 
barrels. 

Grape Sugar 6 

Sumac, viz.: 
Ground, in bags or barrels, C. L., 

min. wt. 20,000 lbs. 5 

Leaf, C. L., min. wt. 16,000 lbs K 

Same, L. C. L 5 

Syrups, viz.: 
Fruit Juices and Fountain Syrups, 
in glass, earthenware, or tin cans, 

boxed, or in wood, C. L 5 

Manufactured of cider, in barrels, 

half-barrels, hogsheads, or casks.. 6 

N. O. S., in kegs or in cans, boxed 4 

N. O. S., in barrels or hogsheads 6 



T 

Tags, tin, lettered or not lettered, in 

boxes or barrels, prepaid 4 

Talc 6 

Tallow, in barrels B 

Same, N. O. S. 5 



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Class if 
Released 
Tankage, for Fertilizer purposes, C. L.; 

see Fertilizer. 
Tanks, viz.: 
Oil, cellar or store, O. R. B., empty, 
with pump, hood, and measure 

inside of can* boxed or crated 1 

Wooden, capable of being loaded in 

box cars, boxed or crated, S. U 2 

Tank Material; same as Box and Barrel 

Material. 
Tar, in barrels, L. C. L.; 20 per cent 
higher than Class K. 

Tar, in barrels or casks, C. L. ... K 

Tar, coal, in tank cars, min. wt. capacity 
of tank to be charged for at esti- 
mated weight of 8| lbs. per gallon. 
(See general rule 32, Southern 
Classification. Sup. No. 5, Sep- 
tember 20, 191o.)_: K 

Tar Residuum; same as Tar. 
Teeth, Harrow; Iron and Steel Articles. 
Telegraph Cross-arms, without insula- 
tor pins or brackets; Lumber 
rates. 

Tent Pins, C. L A 

Tents and Tent Poles 2 

Tents, gospel, O. R 4 

Terne Plate; same as Tin Plate. 
Ties, railroad; Lumber rates. 
Tile, viz.: 

Drain and Roofing; see Pipe. 
Building and Roofing and Hollow 
Brick, in straight or mixed C. 

L., min. wt. 30,000 lbs K 

Sidewalk, combined iron and glass, 

L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L 5 

Timber, N. O. S.; Lumber rates. 
Tin, viz.: 

Pig and Block 5 

Scrap, in rolls or bundles, wired or 

crated 6 

Tin Plate, in boxes, charged at actual 

weight, L. C. L 5 

Same, C. L. 6 

Tin Roofing, in rolls 5 

Tin Tags; see Tags, tin. 

Tinware, N. O. S., L. C. L 3 

Tobacco, viz.: 

Smoking 2 

Unmanufactured, in boxes, barrels, 

crates, bales, or baskets 4 

Unmanufactured, in hogsheads or 

tierces . J 

Unmanufactured, loose in car on the 
stick, loaded and unloaded by 
owners, C. L., min. wt. 10,000 lbs... 4 
Unmanufactured, loose, not less than 

10,000 lbs. charged for 3 

Tobacco Barns; see Barns. 
Tobacco Box Material; see Box Ma- 
terial. 
Tobacco Sticks, Flues, Baskets, and 
Furnaces, in mixed C. L., min. wt. 

10,000 lbs 6 

Tobacco Sticks, rough, not wired, pre- 
paid or guaranteed; same rates 
as Lumber, common. 
Tobacco Trash, Sweepings, or Stems, 
ground or unground, _ packed 
L. C. L., or in bulk when in C. L., 
to be used as Fertilizer, and so 
certified in bill of lading, value 
limited to $10 per ton; Fertilizer 
rates. 
Tongue, Deer, value limited to 6 cents 

per lb., L. C. L 5 

Towers, viz.: 
Fire Apparatus, straight or mixed C. L., 
min. wt. 5,000 lbs., consisting of 
small chemical engines, small ladder 



Class if 
Towers — Continued. Released 

wagons, hand extinguishers, and 

small force pumps.. 1 

Water, Parts of Fire Department 
Apparatus, if requiring flat or 

gondola cars, min. wt. 5,000 lbs 1 

Traps, Clay Pigeon or Glass Ball, in 

bundles, crates, or boxes... 5 

Trees and Shrubbery, viz.: 
Evergreen, boxed, for decorating pur- 
poses; same as Trees apd Shrub- 
bery. 
Baled, prepaid or guaranteed, L. C. L.. 1 
Same, value limited to 3 cents per 

lb 2 

Boxed, prepaid or guaranteed, L. C. L.. 2 
Same, value limited to 3 cents per 

lb 4 

In bales, boxes, or in bulk, C. L., O. R. 
of loss or damage by heating, freez- 
ing, or improper packing, and to be 
loaded and unloaded by owners, 
prepaid or guaranteed, straight or 
mixed C. L., min. wt. 16,000 lbs... 4 
Same, value limited to 3 cents per lb. 6 
Plants, Strawberry, in baskets, with- 
out overtop handles 1 

Trucks, Electric Motor, L. C. L 5 

Tubs, viz.: 

Bath, not boxed D 1 

Bath, nested 2 

Turpentine, crude, in barrels, casks, or 

tank cars, C. L 6 

Turpentine, spirits of, in barrels, casks, 

or tank cars, C. L 6 

Note. — On shipments in tank cars, 
weights will be assessed on the 
shell capacity of tank, multiplied 
by 7.2 lbs. to the gallon. 
Twine, viz.: 

Binders', packed, in bales, C. L 6 

Paper, when so described on pack- 
age 5 

Twine or Rope, jute, L. C. L. (Sup. No. 

3, May 31, 1915.) 5 

V 

Varnish, in cans, not boxed 1 

Vegetables, desiccated 4 

Vegetables, in cans, L. C. L 4 

Same, C. L . 5 

Vegetables, not canned or desiccated, 
viz.: 
Note. — Mixed C. L. of apples, beets, 
cabbage, carrots, onions, po- 
tatoes, and turnips may be taken 
at the same rate as straight C. L. 
of either article. 

Beets, in barrels 6 

Beets, in crates, boxes, or in bulk, 

C. L 6 

Cabbages, packed, L. C. L 6 

Cabbages, in barrels, crates, boxes, 

or in bulk, C. L 6 

Carrots, in barrels 6 

Same, in crates, boxes, or in bulk, 

C. L 6 

Cucumbers, same as Beets. 

Onions, in sacks, L. C. L 5 

Onions, in barrels or crates, L. C. L... 6 
Onions, in bairels, crates, boxes, sacks, 

or in bulk, C. L 6 

Potatoes, in crates or sacks, L. C. L... 6 
Potatoes, in barrels, actual weight, 

L. C. L .. 6 

Potatoes, in barrels, crates, boxes, 

sacks, or in bulk, C. L 6 

Turnips, L. C. L 6 

Turnips, in barrels, crates, boxes, 

or in bulk, C. L. 6 

N. O. S., prepaid or guaranteed 3 



NORTH CAROLINA EXCEPTION SHEET NO. 1 



99 



Class if 
Released 
Vehicles, viz.: 
Carriages, Buggies, and Trotting 
Wagons, viz.: 
K. D., boxed or well crated, box 
or crate not exceeding 34 inches in 

height, L. C. L -- 2 

Boxed or well crated, C. L., min. 

wt. 8,000 lbs 4 

Loose, C. L., min. wt. 15,000 lbs 3 

Hose Reels and Hook and Ladder 
Trucks; same as Carriages, Bug- 
gies, and Trotting Wagons. 
Oil Tank Wagons, viz.: 
Requiring flat or gondola cars, min. 

wt. 4,000 lbs. each 1 

N. O. S., min. wt. 3,000 lbs. each 1 

Omnibuses, C. L., two or more on a 

car, min. wt. 20,000 lbs 5 

Sleigh; same as Carriages, Buggies, 

and Trotting Wagons. 
Street Sprinkling Wagons, S. XL, 
loaded on flat cars, min. wt. 4,000 

lbs. each 1 

Wagons, delivery or freight, C. L.; 

same as Carriages, Buggies, or 

Trotting Wagons. 

Vehicle Materials and Parts of Vehicles, 

viz.: 

Bodies, finished, carriage, buggy, 

trotting wagon, and wagon; same 

as Carriages, Buggies, Trotting 

Wagons, and Wagons, respectively. 

Bodies and Seats, unfinished; see 

Wheels. 
Bodies, buggy, unfinished, C. L., 

min. wt. 10,000 lbs ... 5 

Gears, platform wagon, in the white, 

without springs or axles, L. C. L... 2 
Hubs, packed, in rolls or securely 

tied together - A 

Rims, packed or securely tied to- 
gether A 

Shafts, Poles, and Wheels, parts of 
farm or lumber wagons, L. C. L... 4 

Same, C. L 6 

Shafts, Bows, Felloes, Singletrees, 
Spokes, Hubs, and Rims, wood, 

unfinished, L. C. L 5 

Same, C. L 6 

Singletrees and Doubletrees: 
Finished, boxed, crated, or in bun- 
dles — 2 

Ironed and partly finished, boxed 

or crated 4 

Ironed and partly finished, in bun- 
dles 4 

Same, C. L 6 



Class if 
Vehicle Materials — Continued. Released 

Spokes, packed or securely tied in 

bundles A 

Same, C. L., all-rail shipments may 

be taken loose P 

Wheels and Bodies, unfinished, L. C. 

L 4 

Same, C. L., min. wt. 15,000 lbs 5 

Wagon Parts, wood, unpainted, N. 
O. S., K. D., and packed in crates 

orbundles _ 5 

Veneering, or wood built up, or com- 
pound, less than ^ of an inch in 
thickness, manufactured of pine, 
poplar, oak, elm, basswood, birch, 
chestnut, laurel, gum, walnut, or 

cedar, packed, L. C. L 4 

Same, ii of an inch or over in thick- 
ness, L. C. L 6 

Same, straight or mixed C. L.; Lum- 
ber rate, plus 20 per cent. 

W 
Washing Crystals 4 

Water, viz.: 
Aerated (such as Moxie); same as 

Water, mineral. 
Mineral, in glass or stone, packed, 

. C. L._ 6 

Mineral, in wood, L. C. L 5 

Same, C. L 6 

Water-closet Tanks and Seats, wooden, 

crated or boxed 3 

Wheelbarrows, viz.: 

Iron, S. U., L. C. L 3 

Iron or wood, K. D., trays nested 
and strapped, wheels and han- 
dles packed separately, L. C. L... 4 
Whiting, viz.: 

In boxes. 3 

In barrels 6 

N. O. S 5 

Wire Cloth, in rolls, boxes, casks, or 

crates, C. L 6 

Wood, fire, C. L Special: 

Woodenware, where C. L. commodity 
rates are provided, min. wt. 12,000 
lbs. 
Wool, viz,: 

Mineral 5 

N. O. S., in bags, two or more securely 
corded together or pressed in 

bales.... 3 

Unwashed, in bags 4 

Y 

Yeast, in wood... 3 

Yeast Cakes, in boxes 3 



100 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD. 

(Applicable between all Atlantic Coast Line Railroad stations.) 
FREIGHT TARIFF. 



In Cents Per 100 Pounds 



In Cents 
Per 
Bbl. 



Distances 



5 miles and under. 



. 7 and 
10 and 
12 and 
15 and 
17 and 
20 and 
22 and 
25 and 
27 and 
30 and 
35 and 
40 and 
45 and 
50 and 
55 and 
60 and 
65 and 
70 and 
75 and 
80 and 
85 and 
90 and 
95 and 
100 and 
110 and 
120 and 
130 and 
140 and 
150 and 
160 and 
170 and 
180 and 
190 and 
200 and 
210 and 
220 and 
230 and 
240 and 
250 and 
260 and 
270 and 
280 and 



over 5 

over 7 

over 10— 
over 12... 
over 15— 
over 17— 
over 20— 
over 22... 
over 25— 
over 27— 
over 30... 
over 35... 
over 40... 
over 45— 
over 50— 
over 55... 
over 60... 
over 65— 
over 70... 
over 75— 
over 80... 
over 85— 
over 90— 
over 95— 
over 100. 
over 110. 
over 120. 
over 130. 
over 140. 
over 150. 
over 160. 
over 170- 
over 180. 
over 190. 
over 200. 
over 210. 
over 220. 
over 230. 
over 240. 
over 250. 
over 260. 
over 270. 



5 
6 
6 
7 
7 

10 

10 

11 

11 

12 

12 

13 

14 

14 

15 

16 

16 

17 

17 

18 

18 

19 

19 

19 

20 

20 

21 

21 

22 

22 

24 

26 

26 

28 

28 

29 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

3123 

3123 



10 
10 
11 
11 
12 
12 
12 
13 
13 
13 
14 
14 
14 
15 
15 
16 
16 
16 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
18 
18 
19 
19 
20 
20 
20 23 



In Cents Per 100 Pounds 



I 



7 

7 

8 

8 

8* 

9 

10 

m 

a 

hi 

12 

m 

12| 

m 
m 

12| 

m 
m 

12| 

12 53 

12 

12 55 

12 68 

126 

12 6 
12« 

12 6S 
12 6B 
12 7 

12 1 

12 76 

12 

13 
13 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



101 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD— Continued. 

COMMODITY RATES IN CENTS PER 100 POUNDS. 



7 miles and under 

12 miles and over 7 

17 miles and over 12... 

22 miles and over 17... 

27 miles and over 22... 

32 miles and over 27... 

37 miles and over 32... 

42 miles and over 37... 

47 miles and over 42... 

52 miles and over 47... 

57 miles and over 52... 

62 miles and over 57... 

67 miles and over 62... 

72 miles and over 67— . 

77 miles and over 72... 

82 miles and over 77... 

87 miles and over 82... 

92 miles and over 87... 

97 miles and over 92... 
100 miles and over 97... 
110 miles and over 100.. 
120 miles and over 110.. 
130 miles and over 120.. 
140 miles and over 130.. 
150 miles and over 140.. 
160 miles and over 150.. 
170 miles and over 160. 
180 miles and over 170. 
190 miles and over 180. 
200 miles and over 190. 
210 miles and over 200. 
220 miles and over 210. 
230 miles and over 220. 
240 miles and over 230. 
250 miles and over 240. 
260 miles and over 250. 
270 miles and over 260. 
280 miles and over 270. 
290 miles and over 280. 
300 miles and over 290. 



Naval Stores 



Rosin, 
Tar, 
Pitch, 

and 

Crude 

Turpentine 



9i 

H 

10 

10| 

10| 

10| 

10* 

11 
11 
11* 

111 

Hi 

n* 

12 
12 

12| 
12* 



Spirits 
Turpentine 



5 
5 
7* 
9 
9 
9 
10 
101 
12* 
12* 
13 
13 
131 
14 
15 
15 
15 
15* 
15* 
15* 
15! 
17 
19 
19 
20 
20 
21 
21 
22 
22 
22* 
22* 
23 
23 
23* 
23* 
24 
24 



Tobacco, 

Leaf, 
in Hogs- 
heads or 
Tierces 



23* 

23* 

24 

24 

24* 

24* 

25 

25 

25 

25 

25* 

25* 

26 

26 



102 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD— Continued. 

Joint freight tariff on classes and commodities between Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Stations 
(Yadkin Division) and Southern Railway Stations, Mount Airy-Sanford Branch, 
Ramseur Branch, and Madison Branch, via Sanford, N. C. 
(For distances see pages 106 and 107.) 



CLASS RATES, IN CENTS. 



Distances 



5 miles and under 

10 and over 5 

15 and over 10 

20 and over 15 

25 and over 20 

30 and over 25 

35 and over 30 

40 and over 35 

45 and over 40 

50 and over 45 

55 and over 50 

60 and over 55 

65 and over 60 

70 and over 65 

75 and over 70 

80 and over 75 

85 and over 80 

90 and over 85 

95 and over 90 

100 and over 95 

110 and over 100 

120 and over 110 

130 and over 120 

140 and over 130 

150 and over 140 

160 and over 150 

170 and over 160 

180 and over 170 

190 and over 180 

200 and over 190 

210 and over 200 

220 and over 210 

230 and over 220 

240 and over 230 

250 and over 240 



Per 100 Pounds 



12 

15 

18 

21 

24 

27 

29 

31 

33 

35J28 

36 ! 29 

37J30 

3831 

3932 

40 33 

4134 

4235 

4336 

4437 

45 38 

4740 

4942 

5144 

53 45 

5547 

5748 

5949 

6050 

6151 

62 52 

63 ! 53 
64J54 

64 54 

65 55 
65!55 



9 

13J10 
1411 
16-12 

1713 
1814 
1914'll 
2015 12 
20 16 12 



16 13 

1713 

17,14 
22 1814 
22 18 15 
22 19*15 
221915 
231916 

24 2016 

25 2016 
25 2117 

2l|l7|15 

2218 

22! 18 

2419 

2620 

2620 

2821 
33J29 22 
34 2922 
353023 
353023 
3530 23 
36 30 23 



15 
16 
16 
16 

17 
17 

18 
18 

19 

16J19 
16,20 

17J20 
17121 
17|21 
1721 
1722 
1823 
1823 
19 24 
1924 



4 6 

5 8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
9 14 
15 



19 
20 
20 
21 
21 
22 
14 22 
14 24 



Per 
Bbl. 



Per 100 
Pounds 



Per Car- 
load as 
Per Classi- 
fication 



900 
1000 
1100 
1200 
1400 
1600 
1700 
1800 
1900 
2000 
2100 
2200 
2300 
2400 
2500 
2600 



2900 
2900 
3000 
3100 
3200 
3300 
3400 
3400 
3500 
3500 
3600 
3700 
3800 
3900 
4000 
4000 
4100 



700 
800 
900 
1000 
1100 
1100 
1200 
1200 
1300 
1300 
1400 
1400 
1500 
1500 
1600 
1600 
1700 
1700 
1800 
1800 
1900 
2000 
2000 
2100 
2100 
2200 
2200 
2300 
2300 
2400 
2400 
2500 
2500 
2600 
2600 



500 
650 
750 
850 
950 
1050 
1150 
1200 
1200 
1200 
1300 
1300 
1300 
1400 
1400 
1400 
1500 
1500 
1500 
1600 
1600 
1700 
1700 
1800 
1900 
1900 
2000 
2000 
2100 
2100 % 
2200* 
2200 
2300 
2300 
2300 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



103 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD— Continued. 

COMMODITY RATES IN CENTS PER 100 POUNDS. 



Distances 



Naval Stores 



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7 miles and under. .. 

12 miles and over 7.. 

17 miles and over 12. 

22 miles and over 17. 

27 miles and over 22. 

32 miles and over 27. 

37 miles and over 32. 

42 miles and over 37. 

47 miles and over 42. 

52 miles and over 47. 

57 miles and over 52. 

62 miles and over 57. 

67 miles and over 62. 

72 miles and over 67. 

77 miles and over 72. 

82 miles and over 77. 

87 miles and over 82. 

92 miles and over 87.. 

97 miles and over 92.. 
100 miles and over 97.. 
110 miles and over 100 
120 miles and over 110 
130 miles and over 120 
140 miles and over 130 
150 miles and over 140 
160 miles and over 150 
170 miles and over 160 
180 miles and oyer 170 
190 miles and over 180 
200 miles and over 190 
210 miles and over 200 
220 miles and over 210 
230 miles and over 220. 
240 miles and over 230 
250 miles and over 240 



9* 
10 
10 
11 
11 
12 
12 

13 

13 

13 

13| 

13* 

14 

14 



8| 



9| 
91 

9| 

n 

10 

11 

12 

12 

12 

13 

14 

14 

14 

141 

141 

15 

15 

15| 

15| 

154 



10 
11 
12 
12 
12 

m 

13 

13 

14 

14 

14 

15 

15 

16 

16 

17 

17 

18 

18 

20 

20 

21 

22 

22 

22§ 

23 

23 

23 

23^ 

23| 

23^ 

24 



70 
80 
90 
90 
95 
100 
100 
105 
105 
110 
110 
115 
115 
120 
120 
125 
125 
125 
125 
130 
130 
135 
140 
140 
150 
150 
155 
155 
160 
160 
165 
165 
170 
170 



65 

70 

75 

75 

80 

80 

85 

85 

90 

90 

90 

95 

95 

95 

100 

100 

105 

110 

120 

120 

125 

130 

135 

140 

150 

150 

155 

155 

160 

160 

165 



104 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD— Continued. 

COMMODITY RATES IN CENTS PER 100 POUNDS— Continued. 



Distances 



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5 miles and 
10 miles and 
15 miles and 
20 miles and 
25 miles and 
30 miles and 
35 miles and 
40 miles and 
45 miles and 
50 miles and 
55 miles and 
60 miles and 
65 miles and 
70 miles and 
75 miles and 
80 miles and 
85 miles and 
90 miles and 
95 miles and 
100 miles and 
110 miles and 
120 miles and 
130 miles and 
140 miles and 
150 miles and 
160 miles and 
170 miles and 
180 miles and 
190 miles and 
200 miles and 
210 miles and 
220 miles and 
230 miles and 
240 miles and 
250 miles and 



under 

over 5 

over 10 

over 15 

over 20 

over 25 

over 30 

over 35 

over 40 

over 45 

over 50 

over 55 

over 60 

over 65 

over 70 

over 75 

over 80 

over 85 

over 90 

over 95 <l 

over 100.... 

over 110 

over 120 

over 130 

over 140 

over 150 

over 160 

over 170 

over 180— . 

over 190 

over 200 

over 210 

over 220.... 
over 230-... 
over 240 



75 
85 
95 
105 
110 
115 
120 
125 
130 
135 
140 
145 
150 
155 
160 
165 
170 
175 
180 
185 
190 
195 
200 
210 
220 
225 
230 
235 
240 
245 
250 
255 
260 
265 



*l 



21 


16 


21 


17 


22 


18 


22 


18 


24 


19 


26 


19 


28 


20 


29 


20 


30 


20 


31 


21 


31 


21 


32 


21 


32 


22- 


33 


22 



60 
70 
70 
80 
80 
100 
100 
110 
110 
120 
120 
125 
125 
125 
125 
135 
135 
145 
145 



42| 

42| 

45 

45 

45 

45 

55 

55 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



105 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD— Continued. 
RATES ON ROUGH LOGS, ALL KINDS. 

Per car 40,000 pounds, excess in proportion. 



Distances 



10 miles 
20 miles 
30 miles 
40 miles 
50 miles 
60 miles 
70 miles 
80 miles 
90 miles 
100 miles 
110 miles 
120 miles 
130 miles 



Rate 



5.00 
6.00 
7.00 
8.00 
9.00 
10.00 
11.00 
12.00 
13.00 
14.00 
15.00 
16.00 
17.00 



140 miles. 
150 miles. 
160 miles. 
170 miles. 
180 miles. 
190 miles. 
200 miles. 
210 miles. 
220 miles. 
230 miles. 
240 miles. 
250 miles. 



Distances 



Rate 



18.00 
19.00 
20.00 
21.00 
21.00 
22.00 
22.00 
23.00 
23.00 
24.00 
24.00 
25.00 



106 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD— Continued. 

TABLE OF DISTANCES. 

Between Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Stations (Yadkin Division) and Southern Railway Stations 
(Mount Airy-Sanford Branch, Ramseur Branch, and Madison Branch), via Sanford, N. C. 













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203 


187 


137 


204 


139 


182 


182 


168 


126 


228 


206 


184 


215 


133 


181 


129 


206 


184 


164 


225 


Richards 


N. C. 


232 


193 


177 


127 


194 


129 


172 


172 


158 


116 


218 


196 


174 


205 


123 


171 


119 


196 


174 


154 


215 


Montague 


N. C. 


226 


187 


171 


121 


188 


123 


106 


166 


152 


110 


212 


190 


108 


199 


117 


165 


113 


190 


168 


148 


209 


Currie 


N. C. 


223 


184 


168 


118 


185 


120 


163 


163 


149 


107 


209 


187 


165 


196 


114 


162 


110 


187 


165 


145 


206 


Rooks 


N. C. 


220 


181 


165 


115 


182 


117 


160 


160 


146 


104 


206 


184 


162 


193 


111 


159 


107 


184 


162 


142 


203 


Atkinson 


N. C. 


217 


178 


162 


112 


179 


114 


157 


157 


143 


101 


203 


181 


159 


190 


108 


150 


104 


181 


159 


139 


200 


Rankin 


N. C. 


216 


177 


161 


111 


178 


113 


156 


150 


142 


100 


202 


180 


158 


189 


107 


155 


103 


ISO 


158 


138 


199 


Ivanhoe 


N. C. 


209 


170 


154 


104 


171 


106 


149 


149 


135 


93 


195 


173 


151 


182 


100 


148 


96 


173 


151 


131 


192 


Kerr 


N. C. 


205 


166 


150 


100 


167 


102 


145 


145 


131 


89 


191 


169 


147 


178 


96 


144 


92 


169 


147 


127 


188 


Tomahawk 


N. C. 


200 


161 


145 


95 


162 


97 


140 


140 


126 


84 


186 


164 


142 


173 


91 


139 


87 


104 


142 


122 


183 


Garland 


N. C. 


194 


155 


139 


89 


156 


91 


134 


134 


120 


78 


180 


158 


130 


167 


85 


133 


81 


158 


136 


116 


177 


Parkersburg 


N. C. 


190 


151 


135 


85 


152 


87 


130 


130 


116 


74 


176 


154 


132 


163 


81 


129 


77 


154 


132 


112 


173 


Wrights 


N. C. 


1SS 


149 


133 


83 


150 


85 


128 


128 


114 


72 


174 


152 


130 


161 


79 


127 


75 


152 


130 


110 


171 


Mintz 


N. C. 


184 


145 


129 


79 


146 


81 


124 


124 


110 


68 


170 


148 


126 


157 


75 


123 


71 


148 


126 


106 


107 


Roseboro 


N. C. 


181 


142 


120 


76 


143 


78 


121 


121 


107 


65 


107 


145 


123 


154 


72 


120 


68 


145 


123 


103 


164 


Autry ville 


N. C. 


172 


133 


117 


67 


134 


69 


112 


112 


98 


56 


158 


130 


114 


145 


63 


111 


59 


136 


114 


94 


155 


Steadman 


N. C. 


100 


130 


114 


64 


131 


66 


109 


109 


95 


53 


155 


133 


411 


142 


60 


108 


56 


133 


111 


91 


152 


Vander 


N. C. 


165 


12G 


110 


60 


127 


62 


105 


105 


91 


49 


151 


129 


107 


138 


56 


104 


52 


129 


107 


87 


148 


Fayette ville 


N. C. 


158 


119 


103 


53 


120 


55 


98 


98 


84 


42 


144 


122 


100 


131 


49 


97 


45 


122 


100 


80 


141 


Princes 


N. C. 


148 


109 


93 


43 


110 


45 


88 


88 


74 


32 


134 


112 


90 


121 


39 


87 


35 


112 


90 


70 


131 


Manchester 


N. C. 


146 


107 


91 


41 


108 


43 


86 


86 


72 


30 


132 


110 


88 


119 


37 


85 


33 


110 


88 


68 


129 


Spout Springs 


N. C. 


140 


101 


85 


35 


102 


37 


80 


80 


66 


24 


126 


104 


82 


113 


31 


79 


27 


104 


82 


62 


123 


Olivia 


N. C. 


133 


94 


78 


28 


95 


30 


73 


73 


59 


17 


119 


97 


75 


106 


24 


72 


20 


97 


75 


55 


116 


Swanns 


N. C. 


131 


92 


76 


26 


93 


28 


71 


71 


57 


15 


117 


95 


73 


104 


22 


70 


18 


95 


73 


53 


114 


Jonesboro 


N. C. 


125 


86 


70 


20 


87 


22 


65 


65 


51 


9 


111 


89 


67 


98 


16 


64 


12 


89 


67 


47 


108 


Sanford 


n. r. 












































Hope Mills to Hasty 












































Hope Mills 


N. C. 


104 


125 


109 


59 


126 


61 


104 


104 


90 


48 


150 


128 


106 


137 


55 


103 


51 


128 


106 


86 


147 


McNatts 


N. C. 


173 


134 


118 


68 


135 


70 


113 


113 


99 


57 


159 


137 


115 


146 


04 


112 


60 


137 


115 


95 


150 


Lumber Bridge. .. 


N. C. 


175 


130 


120 


70 


137 


72 


115 


115 


101 


59 


161 


139 


117 


148 


66 


114 


62 


139 


117 


97 


158 


Shannon 


N. C. 


180 


141 


125 


75 


142 


77 


120 


120 


100 


64 


166 


144 


122 


153 


71 


119 


67 


144 


122 


102 


103 


Red Springs 


__.__._N. C. 


183 


144 


128 


78 


145 


80 


123 


123 


109 


67 


169 


147 


125 


156 


74 


122 


70 


147 


125 


105 


106 


Wakulla 


N. C. 


188 


149 


133 


83 


150 


85 


128 


128 


114 


72 


174 


152 


130 


101 


79 


127 


75 


152 


130 


110 


171 


Floral College--.. 


N. C. 


192 


153 


137 


87 


154 


89 


132 


132 


118 


76 


178 


156 


134 


105 


83 


131 


79 


156 


134 


114 


175 


Maxton 


N. C. 


195 


150 


140 


90 


157 


92 


135 


135 


121 


79 


181 


159 


137 


168 


86 


134 


82 


159 


137 


117 


178 


Camerons 


N. C. 


198 


159 


143 


93 


160 


95 


138 


138 


124 


82 


iS-1 


162 


140 


171 


89 


137 


85 


162 


140 


120 


181 


Johns 


N. C. 


201 


162 


146 


96 


163 


98 


141 


141 


127 


85 


1ST 


165 


143 


174 


92 


110 


88 


165 


143 


123 


184 


Hasty 


......N. C. 


203 


164 


148 


98 


165 


100 


143 


143 


129 


87 


189 


107 


145 


176 


94 


142 


90 


167 


145 


125 


186 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



107 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD— Continued. 
TABLE OF DISTANCES, IN MILES— Continued. 



FROM 


O 
E-» 


d 

f 

3 


d 

>> 

u 

05 
93 

a 
3 


O 

a 
o 

03 


d 

55 

6 
o 

3 


d 

!5 

ll 

o 

+^> 

% 


d 

< 

a 
o 


d 

55 

W 

O 


d 

55 

a 

'3 
a 
o 
% 

o 


d 

55 

Ji 

o 

a 
S 


d 

55 

a 

0J 
u 

o 

c 
a 

03 

OJ 


d 

55 

u 

o 

a 

o3 


d 

55 

TO 

o 

h 


a 


d 

55 

m 

il 

C 

a 
•n 
>» 

o 

o 


d 

55 

la 

M 

"3 


d 

Q 
u 


d 

55 
>> 
la 


d 

!5 

c3 
TJ 

•n 
o 
M 
o 

72 


d 

55 

IB 

03 
c8 


6 

!5 

en 
u 

a 
a 


d 

55 

.2 

la 

a 

03 

> 


d 

55 

> 
o 
O 

| 
03 


Wilmington to 


Sanford 












































Wilmington 


N. C. 


157 


172 


210 


177 


207 


250 


141 


236 


231 


173 


186 


170 


203 


220 


145 


153 


199 


205 


192 


176 


210 


Richards 


N. C. 


147 


162 


200 


167 


197 


240 


131 


226 


221 


163 


176 


160 


193 


210 


135 


143 


189 


195 


182 


166 


200 


Montague 


N. C 


141 


156 


194 


161 


191 


234 


125 


220 


215 


157 


170 


154 


187 


204 


129 


137 


183 


189 


176 


160 


194 


Currie 


...... N. C. 


138 


153 


191 


158 


188 


231 


122 


217 


212 


154 


167 


151 


184 


201 


126 


134 


180 


186 


173 


157 


191 


Rooks. 


N. C. 


135 


150 


188 


155 


185 


228 


119 


214 


209 


151 


164 


148 


181 


198 


123 


131 


177 


183 


170 


154 


188 


Atkinson 


N. C. 


132 


147 


185 


152 


182 


225 


116 


211 


206 


148 


161 


145 


178 


195 


120 


128 


174 


180 


167 


151 


185 


Rankin 


N. C. 


131 


146 


184 


151 


181 


224 


115 


210 


205 


147 


160 


144 


177 


194 


119 


127 


173 


179 


165 


150 


184 


Ivanhoe 


N. C. 


124 


139 


177 


144 


174 


217 


108 


203 


198 


140 


153 


137 


170 


187 


112 


120 


166 


172 


159 


143 


177 


Kerr 


N. C. 


120 


135 


173 


140 


170 


213 


104 


199 


194 


136 


149 


133 


166 


183 


108 


116 


162 


168 


155 


139 


173 


Tomahawk 


N. C. 


115 


130 


168 


135 


165 


208 


99 


194 


189 


131 


144 


128 


161 


178 


103 


111 


157 


163 


150 


134 


168 


Garland 


N. C. 


109 


124 


162 


129 


159 


202 


93 


188 


183 


125 


138 


122 


155 


172 


97 


105 


151 


157 


144 


128 


162 


Parkersburg 


N. C. 


105 


120 


158 


125 


155 


198 


89 


184 


179 


121 


134 


118 


151 


168 


93 


101 


147 


153 


140 


124 


158 


Wrights 


N. C. 


103 


118 


156 


123 


153 


196 


87 


182 


177 


119 


132 


116 


149 


166 


91 


99 


145 


151 


138 


122 


156 


Mintz 


N. C. 


99 


114 


152 


119 


149 


192 


83 


178 


173 


115 


128 


112 


145 


162 


87 


95 


141 


147 


134 


118 


152 


Roseboro 


N. C. 


96 


111 


149 


116 


146 


189 


80 


175 


170 


112 


125 


109 


142 


159 


84 


92 


138 


144 


131 


115 


149 


Autryville 


N. C. 


87 


102 


140 


107 


137 


180 


71 


166 


161 


103 


116 


100 


133 


150 


75 


83 


129 


135 


122 


106 


140 


Steadman 


N. C. 


84 


99 


137 


104 


134 


177 


68 


163 


158 


100 


113 


97 


130 


147 


72 


80 


126 


132 


119 


103 


137 


Vander 


N. C. 


80 


95 


133 


100 


130 


173 


64 


159 


154 


96 


109 


93 


126 


143 


68 


76 


122 


128 


115 


99 


133 


Fayette ville 


N. C. 


73 


88 


126 


93 


123 


166 


57 


152 


147 


89 


102 


86 


119 


136 


61 


69 


115 


121 


108 


92 


120 


Princes 


N. C. 


63 


78 


116 


83 


113 


156 


47 


142 


137 


79 


92 


76 


109 


126 


51 


59 


105 


111 


98 


82 


116 


Manchester 


N. C. 


61 


76 


114 


81 


111 


154 


45 


140 


135 


77 


90 


74 


107 


124 


49 


57 


103 


109 


96 


80 


114 


Spout Springs 


N. C. 


55 


70 


108 


73 


105 


148 


39 


134 


129 


71 


84 


68 


101 


118 


43 


51 


97 


103 


90 


74 


108 


Olivia 


N. C. 


48 


63 


101 


66 


98 


141 


32 


127 


122 


64 


.77 


61 


94 


111 


36 


44 


90 


96 


83 


67 


101 


Swanns 


N. C. 


46 


61 


99 


64 


96 


139 


30 


125 


120 


62 


75 


59 


92 


109 


34 


42 


88 


94 


81 


65 


99 


Jonesboro 


N. C. 


40 


55 


93 


58 


90 


133 


24 


119 


114 


56 


69 


53 


86 


103 


28 


36 


82 


88 


75 


59 


93 


Sanford. 


N. C. 












































Hope Mills to Hasty 












































Hope Mills 


N. C. 


79 


94 


132 


99 


129 


172 


63 


158 


153 


95 


108 


92 


125 


142 


67 


75 


121 


127 


114 


98 


132 


McNatts 


N. C. 


88 


103 


141 


108 


138 


181 


72 


1«7 


162 


104 


117 


101 


134 


151 


76 


84 


130 


136 


123 


107 


141 


Lumber Bridge. .. 


N. C. 


90 


105 


143 


110 


140 


183 


74 


169 


164 


106 


119 


103 


136 


153 


78 


86 


132 


138 


125 


109 


143 


Shannon... 


N. C. 


95 


110 


148 


115 


145 


18S 


79 


174 


169 


111 


124 


108 


141 


158 


83 


91 


137 


143 


130 


114 


148 


Red Springs 


N. C. 


98 


113 


15*1 


118 


148 


191 


82 


177 


172 


114 


127 


111 


144 


161 


86 


94 


140 


146 


133 


117 


151 


Wakulla 


N. C. 


103 


118 


156 


123 


153 


196 


87 


182 


177 


119 


132 


116 


149 


166 


91 


99 


145 


151 


138 


122 


156 


Floral College 


N. C. 


107 


122 


160 


127 


157 


200 


91 


186 


181 


123 


136 


120 


153 


170 


95 


103 


149 


155 


142 


126 


160 


Maxton 


N. C. 


110 


125 


163 


130 


160 


203 


94 


189 


184 


126 


139 


123 


156 


173 


98 


106 


152 


158 


145 


129 


163 


Camerons 


N. C. 


113 


128 


166 


133 


163 


206 


97 


192 


187 


129 


142 


126 


159 


176 


101 


109 


155 


161 


148 


132 


166 


Johns 


N. C. 


lie 


131 


169 


136 


166 


209 


100 


195 


190 


132 


145 


129 


162 


179 


104 


112 


158 


164 


151 


135 


169 


Hasty 


N. C. 


118 


133 


171 


138 


168 


211 


102 


197 


192 


134 


147 


131 


164 


181 


106 


114 


160 


166 


153 


137 


171 



108 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



ABERDEEN AND ROCKFISH RAILROAD. 

CLASS RATES. 



























In Cents — 


Per Ton 








Distances 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 100 
Pounds 


2,000 
Pounds 


Per Car-load 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


c 


D 


E 


F 


H 


K 


L 


M 


N 





P 




12 
18 
21 
24 

V 


10 

13 
16 

IS 
"o 


8 

11 
14 
16 
18 
20 
22 
22 
24 


6 
9 
11 
13 
14 
16 
18 
18 
20 


6 

8 
9 
10 

12 
13 
14 

14 
15 


5 

7 

71 

8 

9 
10 
11 
11 
12 


5 

6 

61 
7 
8 
8 
9 
9 
10 


5 
6 

7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
11 
12 


5 

6 

7 
8 
9 

10 
10 

10| 
101 


4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
8 
9 
9 
9 


6 
8 
9 

10 
12 
13 
14 
14 
15 


10 
12 
14 
16 
18 
20 
20 
21 
21 


6 
9 
11 

12 
14 
16 
18 
18 
20 


4 
5 
81 

6 
61 

7 

71 
8 
8 


$0.60 

.70 

.75 

.80 

.90 

1.00 

1.10 

1.20 

1.20 


SO .85 
.95 
1.00 
1.05 
1.15 
1.25 
1.35 
1.35 
1.45 


$9.00 
10.00 
11.00 
12.00 
14.00 
16.00 
18.00 
18.00 
20.00 


$8.00 
9.00 
10.00 
10.00 
11.00 
12.00 
14.00 
14.00 
16.00 


$5.00 


10 miles _ ■- 


6.50 




7.50 


20 miles 


8.50 




9.50 


30 miles 


30 

33 
33 
36 


24 
26 
26 

28 


10.50 


35 miles . ... 


11.50 




12.00 




12.00 







Lumber, 3 cents per 100 pounds from all stations. 

Wood — Car-load, 10 cords minimum, to distilling plants at any station located on line of road, for 
the purpose of extracting turpentine, tar, and oil, 50 cents per cord for any distance. 



Distances 


♦Per Cord 


Distances 


*Per Cord 




$ 0.50 
.60 
.65 
.70 
.70 




$ 0.70 






.70 


15 miles and over 10 _ 




.70 






.80 













*Wood, fire, C. L., 12 cords minimum. Excess in proportion. 



APPALACHIAN RAILWAY. 
FREIGHT TARIFF. 



























In Cents— 












Distances 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


P(*r 
Bbl. 


Per 100 
Pounds 


Per Ton 


Per Car-load 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


F 


H 


K 


L 


M 


N 


O 


P 


10 miles and under .. 


23 


16 


14 


11 


10 


9 


8 


8 


8 


6 


10 


15 


11 


6 


$0.88 


$1.19 


$12.50 


$11 .25 $8.15 



Acid and Pulp Wood — Car-load, 50 cents per cord of 128 cubic feet. Car-load minimum when 
loaded in cars with capacity of 50,000 pounds or less, 10 cords. Car-load minimum when loaded in 
cars with capacity of over 50,000 pounds, 12 cords. 

Coal— 30 cents per ton (40,000 pounds minimum). 

Logs— $6 per car-load (minimum weight 40,000 pounds). 

Tan Bark — 2\ cents per 100 pounds. Car-load minimum, loaded in cars 34 feet long and under, 
20,000 pounds. Car-load minimum, loaded in cars more than 34 feet long, 24,000 pounds. 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



109 



ASHEVILLE AND EAST TENNESSEE RAILROAD. 

COMMODITY RATE ON PRODUCTS PER CAR-LOAD. 

Weaverville to Newbridge or Grace $ 10.00 

Grace to Newbridge 5.00 



ATLANTIC AND CAROLINA RAILROAD. 

FREIGHT TARIFF. 



Distances 


Per 100 Pounds 




d 

3 

O 

| 

Pw 


d 
o 

•3 

J 
O 

Ph 

a 
o 
Eh 

Fh 

Ph 


a 
o 

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jd 

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tc 

^S 

w o 

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Q S 

n S 


a 
=j 
a 

i 

o 

■c 
m 

o 
o 
o 
o 

03 

OS'S 

o." 

".1 



Ph 

03 

o 
H 

a 
a 

'3 

^03 
4d 

-VPm 

'ca d 

o o 
OH 

35 
50 


03 

O 

03 

pq 
d 

d 

q 

o 

O 

9 
9 


JSJd 

3hJ 
Kg 

^S 

© <-> 
|g 

§H 

°£ 

O - 

03§ 
Q3 r ° 

d2 
o 

?H 

OO 

60 
70 


3 

a 

o 
H 

o 

1-1 03 
0313 

o3 a 
.2 o 
|Ph 

41 

03 C^" 

8g 

03 O) 

^Ph 

80 
80 


03 

HH 

8 

o 

o 

03 

oj o 
fV-g 

m O 

t3 a 
d o 

2& 

03 OJ 

W) O 
O X 

650 

750 


03 

W 

Ih 

°03 
03 bC 

T3 03 
o3^ 
0) o3 

^3 

d "^ 
"1'Ph 

03 
03 V, 

So 

4 
5 


o 

03 

o 

1 

»3 O 

£0 

5a 

* s 

££ 



£0 

50 
50 



03 

03 
03 

bS 

O 

w 

_d 

0J 
hH 

O 
to 




1 

15 

20 


2 

12 

IG 


3 

10 
14 


4 

9 

12 


5 

8 
10 


6 

7 
9 


A 

6 

8 


B 

8 

10 


c 

7 
9 


D 

5 

8 


E 

8 
10 


H 

9 
12 


F 

14 

18 


K 

5 

7 


L 

70 
90 


M 

90 
110 


N 

1200 
1400 


O 

900 
1100 


P 

700 
900 


(H Q3 

PQPh 

65 
90 


u 

0.2 


5 mi. and 

under... 

10 mi. and 

over 5... 


8 
10 



ATLANTIC AND WESTERN RAILROAD. 

FREIGHT TARIFF. 



























In Cents — 


Per Ton, 

2,000 
Pounds 










In Cents Per 100 Pounds 






Per Car-load, 


Distances 




Per 
Bbl. 


Per 
100 
Lbs. 


24,000 Pounds 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


c 


D 


E 


F 


II 


K 


L 


M 


N 





P 


5 miles and under. .. 


14 


12 


10 


9 


8 


7 


7 


7 


6 


5 


8 


14 


7 


5 


$0.70 


$0.90 


$10.00 


$ 9.00 


$ 5 .00 


10 miles and over 5 .. 


18 


15 


13 


10 


9 


8 


7 


7 


8 


6 


9 


16 


9 


6 


.80 


.95 


11.00 


10.00 


8.00 


15 miles and over 10. 


22 


18 


16 


12 


11 


10 


8 


9 


9 


7 


11 


18 


12 


6 


.90 


1.00 


12.00 


11.00 


9.00 


20 miles and over 15. 


26 


21 


19 


14 


12 


10 


8 


9 


10 


8 


12 


20 


14 


7 


1.00 


1.15 


14.00 


12.00 


10.00 


25 miles and over 20- 


30 


25 


21 


16 


13 


11 


9 


10 


10 


9 


13 


20 


16 


7 


1.05 


1.25 


16.00 


13.00 


10.50 


30 miles and over 25. 


33 


26 


23 


18 


14 


11 


10 


11 


10 


9 


14 


20 


18 


8 


1.20 


1.35 


18.00 


14.00 


12.00 



110 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



BLACK MOUNTAIN RAILWAY COMPANY. 

FREIGHT TARIFF. 





In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Cents — 


Per Ton, 








Distances 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 

100 
Lbs. 


2,000 
Pounds 


Per Car 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


H 


F 


K 


L 


M 


*N 


*o 


tP 


7 miles and under 


18 


15 


12 


10 


9 


8 


8 


8 


7* 


6 


9 


15 


15 


6 


$0.90 


$1.28 


$13 .50 


$12.00 


$ 7.50 


12 miles and over 7 


27 


20 


17 


14 


12 


11 


9 


9 


9 


n 


12 


20 


18 


7* 


1.05 


1.43 


15.00 


13.50 


9.75 


17 miles and over 12 ... 


32 


24 


21 


17 


14 


11 


10 


11 


10| 


9 


13| 


24 


21 


8^ 


1.13 


1.50 


16.50 


15.00 


11.25 


22 miles and over 17... 


36 


27 


24 


20 


15 


12 


11 


12 


12 


10| 


15 


27 


24 


9 


1.20 


1.58 


18.00 


15.00 


12.75 


27 miles and over 22. __ 


41 


30 


27 


21 


18 


14 


12 


14 


m 


12 


18 


30 


27 


9f 


1.35 


1.73 


21.00 


16.50 


14.25 



*Minimum car-load 20,000 pounds, excess in proportion. 
fMinimum car-load 25,000 pounds, excess in proportion. 



COMMODITY RATES. 
Per One Hundred Pounds Unless Otherwise Specified. 









o 


a 




M 


OQ 








8 
d a 

** 


So 




d 


-T5-p 


Distances 


•a 
% 


T3 CD 
O „ 


a°- 

.5 a 

S ° 


eld 
M OR 


3 
c3T3_2 

•Sri* 


•So* 8 

"o o 

3 a°° 

. d " 




So 


p 


ol3 


r^ 


T3 - 


3g§ 






« a 


o do 

■8|s 


i d 
03 O 

OP* « 

■aSl 

go 2 
o_- O 

Q°.Ah 


O d 
-id 

e n *o 


£gj 

S8 O 


fi M 3 
<» • rt 

a §-a 

d s£ 




7 miles and under 


$ 0.04 


$ 1 .35 


$ 0.40 


$ 0.75 


$ 7.50 


$ .03| 


$ 0.55 




.04 
.04* 


1.50 
1.65 


.50 
.60 


.90 
1.00 


9.00 
10.25 


.03* 

.04 


.55 


17 miles and over 12... . 


.60 


22 miles and over 17.. . .. 


.05 


1.75 


.65 


1.10 


11.50 


.041 


.65 




.05 


1.85 


.70 


1.20 


12.75 


.04^ 


.65 







BONLEE AND WESTERN RAILWAY COMPANY. 
FREIGHT TARIFF. 



























In Cents — 


Per Ton, 


- 






Distances 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 100 
Pounds 


2,000 
Pounds 


Per Car-load, 
24,000 Pounds 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


F 


H 


K 


L 


M 


N 


O 


P 


6 miles and under... 
12 miles and over 6.. 


18 
18 


13 
13 


11 

11 


9 
9 


8 
8 


7 
7 


6 
6 


6 
6 


6 
6 


5 
5 


8 
8 


12 

12 


9 
9 


5 
5 


$0.70 
.70 


$0.95 
.95 


$10 .00 
10.00 


$9.00 
9.00 


$8.00 
9.00 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



111 



BONLEE AND WESTERN RAILWAY COMPANY— Continued. 

COMMODITY RATES. 



Distances 


Rough and Dressed 
Lumber and Cross- 
ties, Per Car 24,000 
Pounds Minimum 


of 
O o 
mO 

-dS 

2 s 

M 
g a 

si 


Brick, Per 1,000, Car- 
load Minimum 10,000 
Brick. Less Car-load 
20 Per Cent Higher 


S m 

J 9 
■SiS 
*J 

MO 

. o 

O o3 


02 

sis 

®-2 _ 


Crude Turpen- 
tine and Tar in 
Barrels, Car-load 
20,000 Pounds 
Minimum 




CL 


LCL 


6 miles and under 

12 miles and over 6 


$ 8.00 
9.00 


$ 0.60 
.60 


$ 0.80 
.80 


S 6.50 
7.50 


$ 7.50 
7.50 


% 0.04 
.04 


$ 0.05 
.05 



CAROLINA AND NORTHWESTERN RAILWAY. 

Freight Tariff — Standard. 



112 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



CAROLINA AND TENNESSEE SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 
CLASS AND COMMODITY RATES. 



Distances 



Per Hundred Pounds 



CL LCL 



CL* LCL 



5 miles and under.. 
10 miles and over 5. 
15 miles and over 10 
20 miles and over 15 



Distances 



Per 100 Lbs. 



Per Barrel 



CL 



LCL 



Per Hundred Pounds 



M 



5 miles and under.. 
10 miles and over 5.. 
15 miles and over 10 
20 miles and over 15 



10 



91 
11 
13 



Distances 



5 miles and under.. 
10 miles and over 5.. 
15 miles and over 10 
20 miles and over 15 



3°: 
sC 

4?H 



•so 



. o 



«.a 



Excelsior 

Pressed In 

Bales 



CO Qj 



0§H p, 



CL 



1100 
1100 



LCL 



T3 

Mi 

"So 

8 d J8 

Sla 



h-3pL,Z 



I 13 



-5 1 

O ti h 



500 



600 



co fin 



o 



ill 



r Oi X" 03 



g1 



H-3 js 

o . 






OS 

'O co 

a; 73 

02 O 



o> - 

■83 

ill 

03 ^ O 



*Also applies on hay in straight or mixed car-loads with grain or grain products other than flour. 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



113 



CAROLINA AND TENNESSEE SOUTHERN RAILWAY— Continued. 
CLASS AND COMMODITY RATES— Continued. 



Distances 


§►4 
Jo 

O e5 

as S3 

<;hpm 


Furniture, viz.: Chair 
Stock, Wooden, viz.: Arms 
and Bent Arms and Brace 
Arms; Arms, Rough Sawn; 
Legs, Posts, Rounds, Spin- 
dles; Rough Split or Sawn 
Rockers; in Bundles, Bags, 
Crates, Boxes, Barrels or 
Hogsheads, L.C.L., Pack- 
ed or Loose, C. L. Min- 
imum Weight 40,000 Lbs., 
Per 100 Pounds 


a 

J 8 

a d 
r o 

© - 
d d 

S ° 
^Pm « 

•§8^ 




CL 


LCL 


•S8| 

■PO«° 

COccPh 




5 

7 
7Vi 


3^8 

4 1 
47 


5 

6 

7 


60 




70 




80 




8 5 3 


80 







Effective March 1, 1915. 



CAROLINA AND YADKIN RIVER RAILWAY. 
FREIGHT TARIFF. 



























In Cents — 


Per Ton, 








Distances 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 100 
Pounds 


2,000 
Pounds 


Per Car-load 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


F 


H 


J 


K 


L 


M 


*N 


*o 


tP 




15 

20 
24 
27 
30 
33 


12 
15 
18 
20 
25 
26 


10 
13 
16 
18 
21 
23 


8 
11 
13 
15 

16 

18 


8 
9 

11 
12 
13 
14 


6 

7 
8 
9 

11 
12 


6 

7 
8 
9 

10 
11 


6 

7 
8 
9 
10 
11 


6 

7 
8 
9 
10 
11 


5 
6 

7 
8 
9 

10 


7 
9 
11 
12 
13 
14 


12 
14 

16 
18 
20 
22 


8 
11 

13 
15 

16 

IS 


8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 


5 

6 

7 
8 
9 

10 


$0.72 

.84 

.90 

.96 

1.05 

1.20 


$0.97 
1.10 
1.15 
1.20 
1.25 
1.35 


$10.00 
11.00 
12.00 
14.00 
16.00 
18.00 


$ 9.00 
10.00 
11.00 
11.00 
13.00 
14.00 


% 6.00 




7.00 




8.00 




11.00 


25 miles and over 20 


12.00 




13.00 







*Minimum car-load 20,000 pounds. 
tMinimum car-load 24,000 pounds. 



Part I.— Corp. Com., 1915.— 8 



114 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



CAROLINA RAILROAD. 
FREIGHT TARIFF. 





























In 

Cents — 


Per Ton, 


Per Car-load 


In Cents 
Per 100 
Pounds 


Distances 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 

100 
Lbs. 


2,000 
Pounds 


as Per 
Classification 


►4 
°J 


CO 

§ ca.S 

S3 S-O 
£> a <u 
o a % 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


H 


F 


K 


L 


M 


N 





P 


5 miles and under . 


14 


12 


10 


9 


8 


7 


7 


7 


6 


5 


8 


8 


14 


5 


$0.70 $0.90 


$12.00 


$9.00 


$7.00 


2f 


8 


10 miles and over 5.. 


18 


15 


13 


10 


9 


8 


7 


7 


8 


6 


9 


10 


16 


6 


.80 


.95 


13.00 


10.00 


7.50 


3 


10 


15 miles and over 10. 


22 


18 


16 


12 11 


10 


8 


9 


9 


7 


11 


12 


18 


6 


.90 


1.00 


14.00 


11.00 


8.50 


H 


12 


20 miles and over 15. 


26 


21 


19 


1412 

1 


10 


9 


11 


10 


8 


12 


14 


20 


7 


1.00 


1.15 


14.00 


12.00 


10.00 


3* 


14 



CAROLINA, ATLANTIC AND WESTERN RAILWAY. 
FREIGHT TARIFF. 





























In 

Cents — • 


Per Ton, 








Distances 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 

100 
Lbs. 


2,000 
Pounds 


Per Car-load 




1 


2 3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


H 


F 


K 


L 


M 


*N 


*0 


tP 


7 miles and under... 
12 miles and over 7... 


12 
18 


10 

15 


9 

12 


8 

10 


6 
8 


6 
8 


6 

7 


6 

7 


5 
6 


5 
6 


6 
9 


6 
9 


10 
12 


4 
5 


$0.70 
.80 


$0.85 
.95 


$ 9.00 
10.00 


$8.00 
9.00 


$5.00 
6.50 



*Minimum car-load 20,000 pounds. 

fMinimum car-load 25,000 pounds, except lumber, 24,000 pounds 



CAROLINA, CLINCHFIELD AND OHIO RAILWAY. 

Freight Tariff — Standard. 



CLIFFSIDE RAILROAD. 

Between ClifTside and all points in North Carolina apply Caroleen rates. 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



115 



DANVILLE AND WESTERN RAILWAY. 
FREIGHT TARIFF. 



Distances 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Per Ton 


Per Car-load 






1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


H 


K 


L 


M 


N 





P 


5 miles and under 

10 miles and over 5 


15 

18 


12 
15 


10 
13 


8 

10 


7 
9 


6 

7 


6 

7 


6 

7 


5 

7 


5 

6 


7 
9 


8 

10 


5 
5 


$0.60 
.70 


$0.75 
.75 


$8.00 
8.00 


$8.00 
8.00 


$7.00 
7.00 


$0.03 
.03* 



DOVER AND SOUTHBOUND RAILROAD. 
FREIGHT TARIFF. 



Distances 



In Cents Per 100 Pounds 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


15 


12 


10 


8 


6 


5 


5 


5 


6 


5 


18 


14 


12 


10 


8 


7 


7 


7 


7 


5 


21 


17 


15 


12 


10 


8 


8 


9 


8 


6 


24 


20 


17 


14 


11 


9 


9 


11 


9 


6 


27 


22 


18 


15 


12 


10 


10 


13 


10 


6 


30 


24 


20 


17 


13 


12 


11 


14 


11 


6* 


30 


25 


20 


18 


15 


13 


12 


15 


12 


6* 


30 


25 


20 


18 


15 


14 


13 


15 


13 


7 


32 


27 


22 


20 


17 


15 


14 


15 


14 


7 


34 


29 


24 


21 


19 


15 


15 


15 


15 


7 



In Cents- 



Per 
Bbl 



Per 100 
Pounds 



J K 



Per Ton 

2,000 
Pounds 



M 



Per Car 
20,000 Pounds 



N 



5 miles and under 

10 miles .. 

15 miles 

20 miles.... 

25 miles 

30 miles 

35 miles 

40 miles 

45 miles .. 

50 miles .. 



$0.60 

.65 

.70 

.75 

.90 

.95 

1.00 

1.05 

1.05 

1.10 



$0.60 

.65 

.75 

.80 

.95 

1.00 

1.05 

1.10 

1.15 

1.20 



$12.00 
13.00 
14.00 
15.00 
16.00 
17.00 
17.00 
17.00 
17.50 
18.00 



$ 5.00 
6.50 
7.50 
8.50 
9.50 
10.50 
11.50 
12.00 
12.00 
12.00 



COMMODITIES. 





Brick, Com- 
mon, C. L. 
7,000 Brick 
Minimum, Per 
1,000 Brick 


Lumber and 
Shingles, C. L. 

24,000 Lbs. 

Minimum, in 

Cents Per 

100 Lbs. 


Molasses, in 
Hogsheads 
or Barrels, 
O. R. L., 

in Cents Per 
100 Lbs. 


Naval Stores, in Cents Per 100 Lbs. 


Distances 


Rosin, Tar, 
and Pitch 


Crude 
Turpen- 
tine 


Spirits 
Turpen- 
tine 


5 miles and under 
10 miles.. 


$ 0.90 
1.00 
1.10 
1.15 
1.20 
1.25 
1.30 
1.35 
1.40 
1.45 


2* 

3 

31 

3* 

4 

4 

4* 

4* 

5 

5 


4 
5 

6 
7 
7 
8 
8 
9 
9 
10 


4* 

41 

5 

5i 

5i 

5| 

5* 

6 

8 

8 


4* 

4* 

5 

5i 

5i 

5i 

5* 

6 

8 

8 


5 

5 

7* 

9 

9 

9 

10 
10i 

m 
m 


15 miles 


20 miles 










45 miles 


50 miles 





116 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



DURHAM AND SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD. 

FREIGHT TARIFF 





























In 
Cents— 


Per Ton, 




In Cents 
Per 100 
Pounds 




In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


2,000 
Pounds 


as Per 
Classification 


a 

o 

OS 




Distances 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 

100 
Lbs. 


^J2 

J oj 
O aj S 

3,sl 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


H 


F 


K 


L 


M 


N 


O 


P 




7 miles and under.. 


14 


12 


10 


9 


8 


7 


7 


7 


6 


6 


8 


7 


14 


5 


$0.84 


$1.02 


$10 .80 


$9.60 


$7.00 


3 


8 


12 miles and over 7__ 


n 


18 


14 


12 


9 


9 


8 


8 


8 


7 


10 


10 


16 


6 


.96 


1.14 


12.00 


10.80 


7.80 


H 


10 


17 miles and over 12. 


26 


21 


IS 


14 


11 


10 


9 


9 


9 


8 


11 


13 


18 


7 


1.08 


1.20 


14.40 


13.20 


9.00 


3f 


12 


22 miles and over 17. 


31 


26 


20 


16 


12 


12 


9 


10 


10 


9 


13 


14 


20 


8 


1.20 


1.32 


16.20 


14.40 


10.20 


41 


15 


27 miles and over 22. 


34 


28 


22 


19 


14 


13 


10 


12 


10 


9 


15 


18 


21 


8 


1.26 


1.38 


18.00 


15.60 


11.40 


5 


15 


32 miles and over 27. 


38 


30 


24 


21 


15 


13 


12 


13 


12 


10 


16 


21 


24 


8 


1.31 


1.50 


19.80 


16.80 


12.60 


54 


16 


37 miles and over 32. 


42 


32 


25 


22 


16 


14 


13 


14 


13 


11 


17 


22 


25 


9 


1.34 


1.55 


20.50 


17.50 


13.50 


5i 


16 


42 miles and over 37. 


42 


32 


25 


22 


16 


14 


13 


14 


13 


11 


17 


22 


25 


9 


1.34 


1.55 


20.50 


17.50 


13.50 


51 


16 



Logs — Class P, 40,000 pounds minimum. 



DURHAM AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 

FREIGHT TARIFF. 





























In 

Cents — 


Per Ton, 

2,000 
Pounds 




In Cents 
Per 100 
Pounds 




In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


as Per 

Classification 


►4 




Distances 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 

100 
Lbs. 


. T3 

a ?> 

o| OS 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


H 


F 


K 


L 


M 


N 


O 


P 




o 2 ~ 

na.a 


5 miles and under. . 


14 


12 


10 


9 


8 


7 


7 


7 


6 


5 


& 


*7 


14 


5 


$0.70 


$0.90 


$10 .00 


$9 .00 


$7.00 


2f 


8 


10 miles and over 5.. 


18 


15 


13 


10 


9 


8 


7 


7 


8 


6 


9 


9 


16 


6 


.80 


.95 


11.00 


10.00 


7.50 


3 


10 


15 miles and over 10. 


22 


18 


16 


12 


11 


10 


8 


9 


9 


7 


11 


12 


18 


6 


.90 


1.00 


12.00 


11.00 


8.50 


3| 


12 


20 miles and over 15. 


26 


21 


10 


14 


12 


10 


8 


9 


10 


8 


12 


14 


20 


7 


1.00 


1.15 


14.00 


12.00 


10.00 


3* 


14 


25 miles and over 20. 


30 


25 


21 


16 


13 


11 


9 


10 


10 


9 


13 


16 


20 


7 


1.05 


1.25 


16.00 


13.00 


10.50 


3! 


14 


30 miles and over 25. 


33 


26 


23 


18 


14 


11 


10 


11 


10 


9 


14 


18 


20 


8 


1.20 


1.35 


18.00 


14.00 


12.00 


4 


15 


35 miles and over 30. 


36 


28 


24 


20 


16 


12 


11 


12 


11 


10 


15 


20 


22 


8 


1.20 


1.45 


20.00 


16.00 


12.50 


4i 


15 


40 miles and over 35. 


38 


30 


26 


22 


16 


13 


11 


13 


11 


10 


15 


21 


22 


H 


1.35 


1.50 


20.00 


17.00 


13.50 


4| 


16 


45 miles and over 40. 


10 


32 


28 


24 


18 


14 


12 


14 


12 


11 


17 


22 


24 


9 


1.40 


1.55 


20.00 


17.50 


14.00 


5 


17 


50 miles and over 45. 


41 


33 


29 


24 


18 


16 


13 


15 


12 


11 


17 


22 


24 


9* 


1.40 


1.60 


21.00 


18.00 


14.50 


5 


18 


55 miles and over 50. 


42 


34 


29 


25 


19 


17 


13 


16 


13 


12 


18 


23 


26 


10 


1.45 


1.60 


21.50 


18.50 


15.00 


5i 


19 


60 miles and over 55. 


42 


34 


30 


26 


20 


18 


11 


17 


14 


13 


18 


24 


28 


11 


1.50 


1.65 


22.00 


19.00 


15.50 


5} 


20 


65 miles and over 60. 


43 


35 


31 


27 


20 


19 


15 


18 


15 


14 


19 


24 


30 


12 


1.50 


1.65 


22.00 


19.00 


15.50 


6 


20 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



117 



EAST CAROLINA RAILWAY. 

FREIGHT TARIFF. 



























In Cents — ■ 


Per Ton, 


Per Car-load, 
24,000 Pounds 


Distances 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 100 
Pounds 


2,000 
Pounds 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


F 


H 


K 


L 


M 


N 


O 


*P 


7 miles and under.. . 


14 


12 


10 


7 


7 


6 


6 


6 


6 


5 


1 


12 


7 


5 


$0.70 


SO .95 


$10 .00 


$9.00 


$6.00 


12 miles and over 7.. 


21 


16 


14 


11 


10 


9 


9 


9 


8 


7 


10 


15 


12 


7 


1.00 


1.15 


12.00 


10.00 


7.50 


17 miles and over 12.. 


24 


18 


16 


13 


12 


10 


9 


9 


9 


8 


12 


17 


14 


8 


1.15 


1.25 


13.00 


11.00 


8.50 


22 miles and over 17.. 


27 


20 


18 


15 


13 


10 


9 


10 


9 


8 


13 


18 


16 


8 


1.25 


1.35 


14.00 


12.00 


9.00 


27 miles and over 22.. 


30 


23 


20 


17 


14 


11 


9 


10 


10 


9 


13 


20 


18 


9 


1.35 


1.50 


14.50 


12.50 


9.50 


32 miles and over 27. . 


33 


26 


22 


20 


15 


12 


10 


12 


10 


9 


15 


20 


20 


9 


1.40 


1.55 


15.00 


13.00 


10.00 


37 miles and over 32.. 


36 


29 


24 


22 


16 


13 


10 


12 


11 


10 


15 


22 


22 


10 


1.45 


1.60 


15.50 


13.50 


10.50 


42 miles and over 37.. 


30 


32 


26 


24 


17 


14 


10 


13 


11 


10 


16 


22 


24 


10 


1.50 


1.65 


16.00 


14.00 


11.00 



♦Minimum car-load 25,000 pounds, except lumber, 24,000 pounds. 



EAST TENNESSEE AND WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD. 

FREIGHT TARIFF. 





























In Cents — 


Per 


Distance 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 100 
Lbs. 


Per 
Ton 


Per 100 
Lbs. 


Car- 
load 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


H 


F 


J 


K 


L 


M 


N 


O 


P 


10 miles and under... 


16 


14 


13 


12 


10 


8 


7 


9 


7 


6 


14 


16 


14 


12 


4 


25 


38 


5 


5 


$6.00 



118 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



ELKIN AND ALLEGHANY RAILWAY. 

FREIGHT TARIFF. 





Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
Rbl 


Per 
100 
Lbs. 


Per 

Ton, 
2,000 


Per Car-load 


Distances 






Lbs. 






1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


H 


F 


J 


K 


L 


M 


*N 


*0 


tP 


5 miles and under.. 


12 


10 


9 


8 


6 


6 


6 


6 


5 


5 


6 


6 


10 


7 


4 


70 


85 


900 


800 


500 


10 miles and ovei 5 . . 


18 


15 


12 


10 


9 


8 


8 


8 


n 


6 


9 


15 


15 


9 


6 


80 


128 


1350 


1200 


750 


15 miles and over 10. 


27 


20 


17 


14 


12 


11 


9 


9 


9 


n 


12 


20 


IS 


12 


n 


105 


143 


1500 


1350 


975 


20 miles and over 15. 


32 


24 


21 


17 


14 


11 


10 


11 


10| 


9 


13| 


24 


21 


14 


8* 


113 


150 


1650 


1500 


1125 


25 miles and over 20. 


36 


27 


24 


20 


15 


12 


11 


12 


12 


lQi 


15 


27 


24 


15 


9 


120 


158 


1800 


1500 


1275 



♦Per car of 20,000 lbs., 
fPer car of 24,000 lbs., 



in proportion, 
in proportion. 



COMMODITY RATES. 
Per 100 Pounds Unless Otherwise Specified. 



Distances 



5 miles and under.. 
10 miles and over 5.. 
15 miles and over 10. 
20 miles and over 15. 
25 miles and over 20- 



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90 
100 
110 
110 

120 



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75 

75 
87 
100 
100 



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75 



100 
110 



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650 
650 
700 
700 
750 









%% 


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3 


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03 Ss 




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3 -^° 


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BBA 




O'O'g 

Ocjg 

£,20 


3^ 


500 


50 


H 


500 


55 


H 


650 


55 


4 


750 


60 


4| 


850 


65 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



119 



KINSTON CAROLINA RAILROAD. 

FREIGHT TARIFF. 



























In Cents — 


Per Ton, 








Distances 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 100 
Pounds 


2,000 
Pounds 


20,000 Pounds 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


F 


H 


J 


K 


L 


M 


N 


O 


P 


5 miles and under. 

10 miles 

15 miles 

20 miles 

25 miles 

30 miles 

35 miles 

40 miles 

45 miles 

50 miles 


15 
18 
21 
24 
27 
30 
32 
33 
34 
35 


12 
14 
17 
20 
22 
24 
25 
26 
28 
30 


10 
12 
15 
17 
18 
20 
22 
23 
24 
25 


8 
10 
12 
14 
15 
17 
19 
20 
21 
22 


6 
8 
10 
11 
12 
13 
15 
16 
18 
20 


5 
7 
8 
9 
10 
12 
13 
14 
16 
18 


5 

7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 


5 
7 
9 
11 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 


6 
7 
8 
9 
in 
11 

12 
13 

14 
15 


5 
5 

6 
6 

6 

H 

6£ 
7 
7 
7 


6 
8 
10 
11 
12 
13 
15 
16 
18 
20 


10 
12 

14 
16 
18 
20 
22 
22 
23 
24 


8 
10 
12 
14 
15 
17 
19 
20 
21 
22 


5 
6 
8 
10 
12 
14 
16 
18 
19 
20 


4| 

5 

5§ 

6 

6 

7 

7 

8 

8 

9 


$0.60 

.65 

.70 

.75 

.90 

.95 

1.00 

1.05 

1.05 

1.10 


$0.60 

.65 

.75 

.80 

.95 

1.00 

1.05 

1.10 

1.15 

1.20 


$12.00 
13.00 
14.00 
15.00 
16.00 
17.00 
18.00 
19.00 
20.00 
20.00 


$9.00 
10.00 
11.00 
12.00 
12.00 
13.00 
13.00 
14.00 
15.00 
16.00 


$5.00 
6.50 
7.50 
8.50 
9.50 
10.50 
11.50 
12.00 
13.00 
14.00 



LAURINBURG AND SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 

FREIGHT TARIFF. . 





























In Cents— 














In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 


Per Ton 


Per Car-load 


Distances 




100 
Lbs. 








1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


H 


F 


K 


L 


M 

$0.85 


N 


O 


P 


7 miles and under 


12 


10 


8 


6 


6 


5 


5 


5 


5 


4 


6 


6 


10 


4 


$0 .60 


$9.00 


$8.00 


$5.00 


12 miles and over 7 


18 


13 


11 


9 


8 


7 


6 


6 


6 


5 


8 


9 


12 


5 


.70 


.95 


10.00 


9.00 


6.50 


17 miles and over 12. . 


21 


16 


14 


11 


9 


9 


8 


8 


7 


6 


9 


11 


14 


5i 


.75 


1.00 


11.00 


10.00 


7.50 


22 miles and over 17. . 


24 


18 


16 


13 


11 


9 


8 


9 


8 


7 


11 


13 


16 


6 


.80 


1.05 


12.00 


10.00 


8.50 



COMMODITY RATES IN CENTS. 





Molasses, in 

Hogsheads 

or Barrels, 

Owner's Risk 

of Leakage, 

Per 100 

Pounds 


Naval Stores 


Tobacco, 

Leaf, in 

Hogsheads 

or Tierces, 

Per 100 

Pounds 


Distances 


Rosin, Tar 

and Pitch, 

Per 100 

Pounds 


Crude 

Turpentine, 

Per 100 

Pounds 


Spirits 

Turpentine, 

Per 100 

Pounds 




4 
5 
6 

7 


4* 
4* 
5 

H 


4i 
4| 
5 


5 
5 

n 

9 


7 




8 




9 




13 







120 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LAWNDALE RAILWAY. 

FREIGHT TARIFF. 





























In 

Cents — 


Per Ton, 


Per Car-load, 


a 

- o 

si! 

£ B 


1 

v in 


Distances 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 

100 
Lbs. 


2,000 
Pounds 


20,000 
Pounds 


a3 O) 

^ a 

Oft 

a 3 




1 


2 


3 


4 

6 
9 

11 


5 

6 
8 
9 


6 

5 
7 
7§ 


A 

5 
6 
6i 


B 

5 
6 

7 


C 

5 
6 

7 


D 


E 


II 


F 


K 


L 


M 


N 





P 


Sic 


5 miles and under. .. 
10 miles and over 5__ 
15 miles and over 10 - 


12 
16 
20 


10 
13 
16 


8 

11 
14 


4 
5 
6 


6 
8 
9 


6 
9 
11 


10 
12 
14 


4 
5 
5| 


$0.60 
.70 
.75 


$0.85 

.95 

1.00 


$9 .00 
10.00 
11.00 


$8.00 
9.00 
10.00 


$5 .00 
6.50 

7.50 


3 
3 
3 


$0.10 
.10 
.10 



SWITCHING, DRAYAGE, AND HANDLING CHARGES AT SHELBY, N. C. 

The Lawndale Railway and Industrial Company will assess on all car-load shipments switched to 
the Southern Railway at Shelby, N. C, $2 per car. 

The cars of the Lawndale Railway and Industrial Company are narrow gauge; therefore, on all 
car-load shipments, except as noted below, interchanged between the Lawndale Railway and Indus- 
trial Company and the Seaboard Air Line Railway and Southern Railway, at Shelby, N. C, the fol- 
lowing handling charges should be assessed in addition to the through rate: 

Brick, car-load £ cent per 100 pounds. 

fCotton Seed, car-load 15 cents per ton, 2,000 pounds. 

Firewood, car-load 20 cents per cord. 

{Lumber, car-load .-£ cent per 100 pounds. 



fDoes not apply on shipments destined to Charlotte, N. C, when routed via Seaboard Air Line 
Railway. 

{Applies on shipments i nterchanged with the Seaboard Air Line Railway, when to and from points 
in North amd South Carolina. Applies on shipments in connection with the Southern Railway, to 
and from all points. 

On less car-load shipments transferred from the depot of the Lawndale Railway and Industrial 
Company to the depot of the Southern Railway at Shelby, N. C, a drayage charge of 3 cents per hun- 
dred pounds, subject to a minimum charge of 10 cents on single shipments, will be made. 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



121 



LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD. 

FREIGHT TARIFF. 



























In Cents — ■ 












Per 


Distances 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 100 
Pounds 


Per Ton 


Per Car-load 


100 
Lbs. 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


F 


G 


II 


J 


K 


L 


M 


N 


O 


P 


R 


7 miles and under 

12 miles and over 7 


15 

20 


14 

17 


12 
14 


10 
12 


9 

11 


7 

10 


6 
9 


5 
8 


41 


4 

5 


5 
6 


9 
11 


3 
4 


10 
12 


10 
12 


5 
6 


$0.44 
.62 


$0.65 
1.00 


$6.25 
8.10 


$6.60 
6.60 


$5.00 
6.28 


$0.08 
.08 



MADISON COUNTY RAILWAY. 

FREIGHT TARIFF. 





















sl 


38 


T3 


m 


T3J2 




In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


no 


«jJ.A 


03 d 


o3 ^ 








CU _ 


J.B ™ 


o 3 


-v a 






si 

©.a 

u P P 


J>8 

o-a 

ill 

rf a 
a P p 


gs| 


T o 

o§ 

► o 

Jo 

§a 

m3 


i O 


Between 
























U -8 

a>o 

03.2 

m3 


Stackhouse Junction 
and 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


F 


03 .to 


























SOO 

PQP-iP-i 


POO 

h3PhPh 


£^a 


Oj2 




Belva 


20 


18 


16 


14 


12 


11 


10 


10 


9 


9 


9 


6 


7 


$10 .00 


$14 .00 


$20 .00 




24 


22 


20 


18 


15 


13 


12 


12 


10 


11 


11 


6 


10 


10.00 


14.00 


20.00 







MAXTON, ALMA AND SOUTHBOUND RAILROAD. 

FREIGHT TARIFF. 





























In 
Cents— 


Per Ton, 








Distances 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 

100 
Lbs. 


2,000 
Pounds 


Per Car-load 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


H 


F 


K 


L 


M 


*N 


*0 


tP 


7 miles and under... 
12 miles and over 7.. 
17 miles and over 12 . 


18 

22 
26 


15 

18 

22 


12 
16 
17 


10 
12 
14 


8 
11 

13 


8 
10 

10 


7 
8 
8 


7 
9 
9 


6 
9 

10 


6 

7 
8 


8 
11 
11 


6 

12 
12 


12 
18 
20 


5 
6 

7 


$0.80 

.90 

1.00 


$0.95 
1.00 
1.00 


$10 .00 
11.00 
13.00 


$9.00 
10.00 
12.00 


$6.50 
7.50 
8.50 



•Minimum car-load 20,000 pounds, excess in proportion. 
tMinimum car-load 25,000 pounds, except lumber, 24,000 pounds. 



122 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



MOUNT AIRY AND EASTERN RAILWAY. 
FREIGHT TARIFF. 



Distance 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Per 100 Pounds 


11 




i 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


c 


D 


E 


H 


F 


J 


K 


L 


M 


N 


O 


P 




5 miles 


22 


18 


14 


14 


11 


11 


10 


10 


10 


10 


12 


14 


18 


12 


7 


$1.00 


$1.10 


$6.60 


$5.50 


$6.22 


$1.25 



Logs, except hickory, per 1,000 feet, $1.75. Bobbin Wood, C. L., per cord, $1. Tan bark, C. L., 
per cord, $1.25. 



NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILWAY. 

Freight Tariff — Standard. 



NORTHAMPTON AND HERTFORD RAILROAD. 

FREIGHT TARIFF. 



























In Cents — 












Distances 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 100 
Pounds 


Per Ton 


Per Car-load 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


F 


H 


K 


L 


M 


N 


O 


P 


7 miles and under 


14 

16 


12 
14 


10 

13 


7 
11 


7 
9 


7 
8 


6 

7 


6 

7 


5 
6 


41 
5§ 


7 
9 


10 
11 


7 
10 


3$ 


$0.65 
.75 


$0.70 
.85 


$7.00 
9.00 


$8.00 
9.00 


$5.00 
6.50 







RALEIGH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD. 

FREIGHT TARIFF. 





In Cents Per — 


Distances 


Hundred Pounds 


Bbl. 


100 
Lbs. 


Ton 


Car 




As Per Classification 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


H 


F 


K 


L 


M 


N 


o 


P 


5 miles and under 

10 miles and over 5 

15 miles and over 10 

20 miles and over 15 

25 miles and over 20 

30 miles and over 25 

35 miles and over 30 

40 miles and over 35 

45 miles and over 40 


12 

18 
21 
24 
27 
30 
33 
33 
36 


10 
13 
16 
18 
20 
24 
26 
2C 
28 


8 
11 
14 
16 
18 
20 
22 
22 
24 


6 
9 
11 
13 

14 
16 
18 
18 
20 


6 
8 
9 
10 
12 
13 
14 
14 
15 


5 

7 

n 

8 

9 
10 
11 
11 
12 


5 

6 

6* 
7 
8 
8 
9 
9 
10 


5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
11 
12 


5 
6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
10 

103 
tot 


4 
5 

6 
7 
8 
8 
9 
9 
9 


6 
8 
9 

10 
12 
13 
14 
14 
15 


6 
9 
11 
12 
14 
16 
18 
18 
20 


10 
12 
14 
16 
18 
20 
20 
21 
21 


4 
5 

5* 
6 
6^ 
7 

7* 

8 

8 


60 
70 
75 
80 
90 
100 
110 
120 
120 


85 
95 
100 
105 
115 
125 
135 
135 
145 


900 
1000 
1100 
1200 
1400 
1600 
1800 
1800 
2000 


800 
900 
1000 
1000 
1100 
1200 
1400 
1400 
1600 


500 
650 
750 
850 
950 
1050 
1150 
1200 
1200 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



123 



RANDOLPH AND CUMBERLAND RAILWAY. 
FREIGHT TARIFF. 



























In Cents — 


Per Ton, 


Per Car-load 
20,000 Pounds; 

Lumber 
24,000 Pounds 


Distances 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 100 
Pounds 


2,000 
Pounds 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


F 


H 


J 


K 


L 


M 


N 


O 


P 


5 miles and under 


12 


10 


8 


6 


6 


5 


5 


5 


5 


4 


6 


10 


6 


7 


4 


$0.60 


$0.85 


$ 9.00 


$ 8.00 


$ 5 .00 


10 and over 5 


18 


13 


11 


9 


8 


7 


6 


6 


6 


5 


8 


12 


9 


9 


5 




70 


.95 


10.00 


9.00 


7.20 


15 and over 10 


21 


16 


14 


11 


9 


7| 


6£ 


7 


7 


6 


9 


14 


11 


12 


H 




75 


1.00 


11.00 


10.00 


9.60 


20 and over 15 


24 


18 


16 


13 


10 


8 


7 


8 


8 


7 


10 


16 


12 


12 


6 




80 


1.05 


12.00 


10.00 


10.20 


25 and over 20 


26 


20 


18 


15 


12 


9 


8 


9 


9 


7 


10 


18 


12 


12 


6 




80 


1.05 


12.00 


11.00 


12.00 



RED SPRINGS AND BOWMORE RAILROAD. 

FREIGHT TARIFF. 



























In Cents— 












Distances 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 100 
Pounds 


Per Ton 


Per Car-load 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


F 


H 


K 


L 


M 


N 


O 


P 


5 miles 

10 miles 

15 miles... 


13 

18 
21 


12 
13 
16 


10 
12 
14 


8 

10 
12 


6 
8 
9 


5 

7 
9 


5 

7 
8 


5 

7 
8 


5 

7 
8 


5 

6 

7 


6 
8 
10 


10 
12 
15 


7 
10 
12 


4 

5§ 

6 


$0.70 
.75 
.80 


$0.85 

.95 

1.00 


$ 9.00 
10.00 
11.00 


$ 8.00 
9.00 
10.00 


$ 5.00 
6.50 
7.50 







Note. — 12^ cents per ton on fertilizers allowed for transferring on account of narrow gauge. 



ROANOKE RAILWAY. 

FREIGHT TARIFF. 



























In 

Cents — 


Per Ton, 








Distances 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 

100 
Lbs. 


2,000 
Pounds 


Per Car-load 




12 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


H 


F 


J 


K 


L 


M 


N 





p 


10 miles and under 


2016 


14 


12 


10 


8 


7 


8 


8 


7 


10 


13 


15 


9 


$0.06 


$0.75 


$1.00 


$11 .00 


$10 .00 


$ 6.50 



Pine sawmill logs, which may include 20% hardwood logs, 10 miles and under, $2 per 1,000 feet, 
car-load minimum 3,500 feet. 

Peanuts, 10 miles and under, L. C. L., 8 cents; C. L., 6 cents per 100 pounds. 



124 



N". C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



ROANOKE RIVER RAILWAY. 

FREIGHT TARIFF. 





























In 

Cents — 


Per Ton, 








Distances 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 

100 
Lbs. 


2,000 
Pounds 


Per Car-load 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


II 


F 


J 


K 


L 


M 


N 


O 


p 




15 

20 

23 


12 

16 
19 


10 
14 
17 


8 

12 
15 


8 

10 
12 


6 

8 
9 


6 

7 
8 


6 
8 
9 


6 
8 
9 


5 

7 
8 


8 

10 
12 


9 
13 

15 


12 
15 
17 


8 
9 
10 


$0.05 

' .06 

.06 


SO .65 $0.90 


$ 9.00 
11.00 
12.00 


$ 8.00 
10.00 
11.00 


$ 5.00 




.75 1.00 
.80 1.05 


6.50 




7.50 











ROCKINGHAM RAILROAD. 

FREIGHT TARIFF. 





























In Cents — 


Per Ton, 








Distances 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 100 
Pounds 


2,000 
Pounds 


Per Car-load 




1 

15 

18 
21 

24 

20 


2 

12 
14 
17 

20 
22 


3 

10 
12 
15 
17 

18 


4 

8 

10 
12 
14 
16 


5 

6 
8 

10 
12 
14 


6 

5 

7 
8 

10 
12 


A 

5 

7 
8 
9 

10 


B 

5 

7 
9 
11 
13 


C 

6 

7 
8 
9 

10 


D 

5 

6 
7 
8 
9 


E 

6 

8 

10 
12 
14 


H 

8 

10 
12 

14 
16 


F 


J 


K 


L 


M 


N 


O 


P 




12 
14 
15 
16 
18 


5 
6 
8 

10 
12 


4* 
5 
51 
6 
6* 


$0.70 
.80 


$0.85 
95 


$12.00 
13.00 
14.00 
15.00 
16.00 


$ 9.00 
10.00 
11.00 
12.00 
13.00 


$ 7.00 




8.00 




.90 1.05 
1.00 1.10 


9.00 


20 miles 


10.00 




1.10 


1.15 


11.00 







INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



125 



SMOKY MOUNTAIN RAILWAY. 

FREIGHT TARIFF. 



























In Cents — 












Distances 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Per 

Bbl. 


Per 100 
Pounds 


Per Ton 


Per Car-load 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


F 


H 


K 


L 


M 


N 


O 


P 


5 miles and under. 
10 miles. 


18 

27 


15 

20 


12 
17 


10 
14 


9 

12 


8 

11 


8 
9 


8 
9 


71 
9 


6 


9 

12 


15 

18 


15 

20 


6 


$0.90 
1.05 


$1.30 
1.45 


$13.50 
15.00 


$12 .00 
13.50 


$ 7.50 
9.75 



COMMODITY RATES. 





u 


m 

73 




o 

8 


*§§ 


8 


HH 


o 
o 

o 




1*5 


a o 

*8 


o 
o 

u 

0J 


IN 

o 
Eh 


D jS8 


u 

Ph 

i 


673 

-T Pi 
a> o 

s« 

1-1 o 


d 
o 
H 


Distances 


id and Pulp 
rd of 160 Cu 
nimum 10 C 
r 


£.8 


Ph 

Si 


Ph 

hH 
,-J CI 

5 2 


Cotton S 
ton-seed 
Fertilizer 
Pounds 


WPh 


Ph 

73 d 

PI 3 














<30§0 


S3 3 


E o 
PPPh 


O O 

OPh 


C.L. 


L.C.L. 


C.L. 


L.C.L. 


PhPh 


03 O 
■ ggPh 


5 miles and under 


$ 0.65 


$0 .03£ 


$0.02^ 


$ 0.40 


$0.04 


$0.06 


$0.14 


$ 0.40 


$ 1.30 


$ 0.25 




.80 


.03^ 


.03| 


.60 


.05 


.07| 


.20 


.60 


1.45 


35 







SWANNANOA RAILROAD. 

FREIGHT TARIFF. 









3 












o3 


m 

73 






u 


O 




o* 




Distances 


u 
Ph 


Ph 


■as 

"oj d 
t -1 ^ 03 


Si 


4 




pi* 

M 

o3 


a 

3 




2% 






Ph 


HH 


hhEhPh 


WPh 


<5Ph 


From Bee Tree to Swannanoa Junction. . 


$ 9.60 


$ 5.00 


$ 7.00 


$ 10.00 


$ 7.00 





*Minimum charge, $4 per car. 

Davidsons Crossing to Swannanoa Junction, $5 per car-load of all kinds. 



126 



N. C CORPORATION COMMISSION 



TALLULAH FALLS RAILWAY. 
FREIGHT TARIFF. 



Distances 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per Ton, 
2,000 Lbs. 


Per Car-load, 
20,000 Pounds 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


m 


A 


B 


c 


D 


E 


H 


J 


K 


F 


L 


M 


N 


O 


P 


5 miles. 

10 miles 

15 miles 

20 miles 


15 

18 
21 
23 


12 
17 
19 

21 


10 
15 
17 

19 


8 

12 
14 
16 


6 

10 
12 
13 


5 
9 
11 
12 


4 
6 

7 
8 


5 
6 

7 
8 


5 
9 

10 
11 


5 

8 
9 

10 


5 
6 

7 

8 


6 
10 
12 
13 


8 
12 

14 
16 


7 
10 
11 
12 


5 
5 
H 

6 


$0.10 
.14 
.16 
.18 


$0.75 

.85 

.95 

1.00 


$0.90 
1.00 
1.10 
1.20 


$ 8.00 
10.00 
11.00 
12.00 


$ 7.00 
9.00 
10.00 
12.00 


$ 6.00 
7.50 
9.00 
10.00 



TENNESSEE AND NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD. 

FREIGHT TARIFF. 



Distance 








In Cents Per 100 Pounds 








3 ® 

a bo 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


F 


•a s 
S3 


5 miles and under 


4 


4 


4 


4 


31 


3 


31 


3 


3 


3* 


3 


$0.25 



Pigeon River Division. 
FREIGHT TARIFF. 



























In 
Cents 


Per Ton, 










Distances 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 
100 
Lbs. 


2,000 
Pounds 


Per Car-load 


o 
a 

a 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


F 


H 


K 


L 


M 


*N 


*0 


tP 


•a 


5 miles and under 

10 miles and over 5 

15 miles and over 10 

20 miles and over 15 


15 

18 
20 

22 


13 
14 

16 

18 


10 
12 
14 
16 


8 
11 
12 
14 


7 
10 
11 
13 


6 
9 
10 
12 


6 
8 
9 

10 


6 

8 
9 

10 


6 

7 
9 

10 


5 

6 
8 
9 


8 

12 
14 
15 


15 
20 
25 
30 


8 

10 
12 
14 


5 
6 

10 
12 


$0.75 

.88 

.94 

1.00 


$1.06 
1.10 
1.20 
1.30 


$10 .00 
10.00 
12.00 
14.00 


$10.00 
10.00 
12.00 
14.00 


$ 6.00 
7.20 
8.40 
9.60 


$ 0.15 
.18 
.20 
.25 



""Classes N and O apply per car 20,000 pounds, live stock, household goods, etc. 
tClass P applies per car 24,000 pounds, lumber, etc. 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



127 



VIRGINIA-CAROLINA RAILWAY. 
TABLE OF CLASS RATES. 





























In 

Cents — 


Per Ton, 
2,000 Lbs. 


Per Car of 
20,000 Lbs., 
Excess in 
Proportion 


S no 

O on 


Distances 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 
100 
Lbs. 


u g o 




1 

18 

27 
32 
36 
41 
45 
50 
50 
54 
54 


2 

15 
20 
24 
27 
30 
36 
39 
39 
42 
42 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


H 


F 


K 


L 


M 


N 


O 


P 


7 miles and under 

12 miles and over 7 

17 miles and over 12 

22 miles and over 17 

27 miles and over 22 

-32 miles and over 27 

37 miles and over 32 

42 miles and over 37 

47 miles and over 42 

52 miles and over 47 


12 
17 
21 
24 
27 
30 
33 
33 
36 
36 


9 
14 
17 
20 
21 
24 
27 
27 
30 
30 


9 
12 

14 
15 

18 
20 
21 
21 

22 
22 


8 
11 
11 
12 
14 
15 
17 
17 
18 
18 


8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
12 
14 
14 
15 
15 


8 
9 
11 
12 
14 
15 
17 
17 
18 
18 


9 

10* 

12 

13| 

15 

15 

15f 

15] 

16 


6 

71 
9 

m 

12 
12 

13! 

13| 

14 


9 

12 

m 

15 
18 

m 

21 
21 

22 
22 


15 
20 
24 
27 
30 
36 
39 
39 
42 
42 


15 

18 

21 

24 

27 

30 

30 

314 

31| 

33 


6 

n 

8i 

9 

9| 

10! 
m 

12 
12 
12 


$0.90 
1.05 
1.13 
1.20 
1.35 
1.50 
1.65 
1.80 
1.80 
1.80 


$1.28 
1.43 
1.50 
1.58 
1.73 
1.88 
2.03 
2.03 
2.18 
2.18 


$13 .50 
15.00 
16.50 
18.00 
21.00 
24.00 
27.00 
27.00 
30.00 
30.00 


$12.00 
13.50 
15.00 
15.00 
16.50 
18.00 
21.00 
21.00 
24.00 
24.00 


$ 7.50 
9.75 
11.25 
12.75 
14.25 
15.00 
17.22 
18.00 
18.00 
18.00 



COMMODITY RATES. 





Logs, Rough, C. L., 
40,000 Lbs. Minimum 


Brick, 

10,000 

Minimum, 

Per 1,000 


Lumber, 
C. L., 

24,000 Lbs. 


Distances 


Dogwood 

and 
Hickory 


Oak, Pine, 

Poplar and 

Birch 


Minimum, 
in Cents 
Per 100 
Pounds 




$ 5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
6.00 
7.00 
7.00 
8.00 
8.00 
9.00 
9.00 


$ 6.50 
6.50 
8.00 
8.00 
9.50 
9.50 
11.00 
11.00 
12.50 
12.50 


$ 1.35 
1.50 
1.65 
1.65 
1.80 
1.95 
2.02 
2.10 
2.17 
2.25 


3 




3! 
3! 
4 








4 




5 




5! 




6 




6! 


52 miles and over 47. -.. .. .,. . .. 


7 







The minimum charge on any shipment will be not less than 25 cents. 



128 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



VIRGINIA AND CAROLINA SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 

FREIGHT TARIFF. 



Distances 



7 miles 
12 miles 
17 miles 
22 miles 
27 miles 
32 miles 
37 miles 
42 miles 



and underh- 
and over 7_. 
and over 12 
and over 17 
and over 22 
and over 27 
and over 32 
and over 37 



In Cents Per 100 Pounds 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


14 


12 


10 


9 


8 


7 


7 


7 


6 


5 


8 


18 


15 


13 


10 


9 


8 


7 


7 


8 


6 


9 


22 


18 


16 


12 


11 


10 


8 


9 


9 


7 


11 


26 


21 


19 


14 


12 


10 


8 


9 


10 


8 


12 


30 


25 


21 


16 


13 


11 


9 


10 


10 


9 


13 


33 


26 


23 


18 


14 


11 


10 


11 


10 


9 


14 


i6 


28 


24 


20 


16 


12 


11 


12 


11 


10 


15 


39 


30 


26 


21 


16 


12 


11 


13 


11 


10 


16 





In 




Cents — 




Per 
Bbl. 


Per 

100 
Lbs. 


H 


F 


K 


7 


14 


5 


9 


16 


6 


12 


18 


6 


14 


20 


7 


16 


20 


7 


18 


20 


8 


20 


22 


8 


21 


22 


8 



Per Ton, 

2,000 
Pounds 



L 


$0.70 


.80 


.90 


1.00 


1.05 


1.20 


1.20 


1.30 



M 



$0.90 
.95 
1.00 
1.15 
1.25 
1.35 
1.45 
1.55 



Per Car-load, 
Weight as Per 
Classification 



N 





$10.00 


$ 9.00 


11.00 


10.00 


12.00 


11.00 


14.00 


12.00 


16.00 


13.00 


18.00 


14.00 


20.00 


16.00 


22.00 


17.00 



$ 7.00 
7.50 
8.50 
10.00 
10.50 
12.00 
12.50 
13.00 



Lumber, 3 cents per 100 pounds for all distances. 



WARRENTON RAILROAD. 

FREIGHT TARIFF. 





























In 

Cents — 


Per Ton, 








Between Warren 
Plains, N. C, and 
Warrenton Rail- 
road Stations 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 

100 
Lbs. 


2,000 
Pounds 


Per Car-load 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


II 


F 


K 


L 


M 


*N 


*0 


tP 


Warren Plains 








































12 


10 


9 


8 


6 


6 


fi 


6 


5 


5 


6 


6 


10 


4 


$0.70 


$0.85 


$ 9.00 


$ 8.00 


$ 5.00 




1 





•Minimum car-load 20,000 pounds. 

tMinimum car-load 25,000 pounds, except lumber, 24,000 pounds. 



COMMODITIES. 





Coal, in 
Cents, Per 
Ton 2,000 

Pounds, 

Car-load 
30,000 

Pounds 
Minimum 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Between 


Cotton 


Naval Stores 


Shuttle 
Blocks, 
Car-load 
Minimum 
24,000 
Pounds 




Warren Plains, N. C, 

and Warrenton 

Railroad Stations 


Rosin, 
Pitch, Tar 
and Crude 
Turpen- 
tine 


Spirits 
Turpen- 
tine 


Tobacco, 

Leaf, in 

Hogsheads 

or Tierces, 


Warren Plains 
















25 


6 


2h 


5 


2 


6 







I 



INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



129 



WASHINGTON AND VANDEMERE RAILROAD. 

FREIGHT TARIFF. 





























In 
Cents — 


Per Ton, 








8? 


Distances 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 

100 
Lbs. 


2,000 
Pounds 


Per Car-load 


og 
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1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


H 


F 


K 


L 


M 


N 


O 


P 


5 miles 

10 miles 

15 miles 

20 miles 

25 miles 

30 miles 

35 miles. 

40 miles 


14 
21 

24 
27 
30 
33 
36 
39 


12 
16 

18 
20 
23 
26 
29 
32 


10 

14 

16 
18 
20 
22 
24 
26 


8 
11 
13 
15 

17 
20 

22 
24 


7 
10 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 


7 
9 

10 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 


6 
9 
9 

10 
10 
10 

11 

12 


6 
9 
9 

10 
10 
12 
12 
12 


6 
8 
9 
9 

10 
10 
11 
11 


5 

7 
8 
8 
9 
9 
10 
10 


7 
10 
12 
13 
13 
15 
16 
17 


8 
11 
13 
15 
M7 
20 
22 
24 


12 

15 
17 

18 
20 
20 
22 
22 


5 
7 
8 
8 
9 
9. 
10 
10 


$0.70 
1.00 
1.15 
1.25 
1.35 
1.40 
1.45 
1.50 


$0.95 
1.15 
1.25 
1.35 
1.50 
1.55 
1.60 
1.65 


$10 .00 
12.00 
13.00 
14.00 
14.50 
16.00 
18.00 
18.00 


$ 9.00 
10.00 
11.00 
12.00 
12.50 
13.00 
14.00 
14.00 


$ 6.00 
7.50 
8.50 
9.00 
9.50 
10.00 
12.00 
12.50 


$ 0.15 
.15 
.15 
.15 
.16 
.16 
.16 
.16 



Rates of the Atlantic Coast Line on fertilizer apply as a continuous scale between stations on the 
Atlantic Coast Line and Washington and Vandemere. 



WATAUGA AND YADKIN RIVER RAILWAY. 

FREIGHT TARIFF. 





























In 

Cents— 


Per Ton, 






Per 

Car of 
25,000 
Lbs. 


Distances 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 
100 
Lbs. 


2,000 
Pounds 


20,000 Lbs. 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


II 


F 


K 


L 


M 


N 


O 


P 


7 miles and under 


18 
27 
32 
36 
41 
45 
50 
50 
54 
54 


15 

20 
24 
27 
30 
36 
39 
39 
42 
42 


12 
17 
21 
24 
27 
30 
33 
33 
36 
36 


9 

14 
17 

20 
21 
24 

27 
27 
30 
30 


9 

12 
14 
15 
18 
20 
21 
21 
22 
22 


8 

11 
11 

12 
14 
15 
17 
17 
18 
18 


8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
12 
14 
14 
15 
15 


8 
9 

11 

12 
14 
15 
17 
17 
18 
18 


7i 
9 

10| 

12 

13| 

15 

15 

15f 

15| 

16 


6 

7* 

9 

10| 
12 
12 
13* 
13§ 
131 

m 


9 

12 

13| 

15 

18 

19* 

21 

21 

22 

22 


15 

20 
24 
27 
30 
36 
39 
39 
42 
42 


15 
18 
21 
. 24 
27 
30 
30 

3H 

33 


6 

n 

81 

9 

9! 
104 
Hi 

12 
12 
12 


$0.90 
1.05 
1.13 
1.20 
1.35 
1.50 
1.65 
1.80 
1.80 
1.80 


$1.28 
1.43 
1.50 
1.58 
1.73 
1.88 
2.03 
2.03 
2.18 
2.18 


$13.50 
15.00 
16.50 
18.00 
21.00 
24.00 
27.00 
27.00 
30.00 
30.00 


$12 .00 
13.50 
15.00 
15.00 
16.50 
18.00 
21.00 
21.00 
24.00 
24.00 


$ 7.50 
9.75 




11.25 


22 miles 


12.75 


27 miles 


14.25 


32 miles... .. 


15.75 


37 miles 


17.25 




18.00 




18.00 


52 miles 


18.00 







Part I.— Corp. Com., 1915.— 9 



130 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



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INTRASTATE FREIGHT RATES 



131 



WELLINGTON AND POWELLSVILLE RAILROAD. 

FREIGHT TARIFF. 



Distances 



In Cents Per 100 Pounds 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


c 


D 


12 


10 


8 


6 


6 


5 


5 


5 


5 


4 


18 


13 


11 


9 


8 


7 


6 


6 


6 


5 


21 


16 


14 


11 


10 


9 


8 


8 


7 


6 


24 


18 


16 


13 


11 


9 


8 


9 


8 


7 


27 


20 


18 


15 


13 


10 


9 


10 


9 


8 



In Cents — 



Per 
Bbl 



Per 100 
Pounds 



Per Ton, 

2,000 
Pounds 



M 



Per Car-load 



*N 



tP 



5 miles 
10 miles 
15 miles 
20 miles 
25 miles 



$0.60 
.70 
.75 
.80 



$0.85 

.95 

1.00 

1.05 

1.15 



$7.00 
8.00 
9.00 
10.00 
11.00 



$6.00 
7.00 
8.00 
9.00 

10.00 



$5.00 
5.50 
6.00 
7.00 
8.00 



*Minimum car-load 20,000 pounds. 

tMinimum car-load 25,000 pounds, except lumber, 24,000 pounds. 



WILMINGTON, BRUNSWICK AND SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 

FREIGHT TARIFF. 



Distances 



5 miles. 
10 miles. 
15 miles. 
20 miles. 
25 miles. 
30 miles. 



In Cents Per 100 Pounds 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


15 


12 


10 


8 


6 


5 


5 


5 


6 


5 


6 


18 


14 


12 


10 


8 


7 


7 


7 


7 


6 


8 


21 


17 


15 


12 


10 


8 


8 


9 


8 


7 


10 


24 


20 


17 


14 


12 


10 


9 


11 


9 


8 


12 


26 


22 


18 


16 


14 


12 


10 


13 


10 


9 


14 


28 


24 


20 


18 


16 


14 


12 


14 


11 


10 


16 



In Cents — 



Per 
Bbl. 



Per 100 
Pounds 



K 



Per Ton 



$0.70 

.80 

.90 

1.00 

1.10 

1.20 



M 



$0.85 
.95 
1.05 
1.10 
1.15 
1.20 



Per Car-load 



N 





$12 .00 


$ 9.00 


13.00 


10.00 


14.00 


11.00 


15.00 


12.00 


16.00 


13.00 


17.00 


14.00 



$ 7.00 
8.00 
9.00 
10.00 
11.00 
12.00 



Hardwood Logs — Class P, minimum 40,000 pounds. 



WINSTON-SALEM SOUTHBOUND RAILWAY. 

Freight Tariff— Standard. 






LIMITED COMMON CARRIERS. 



Pursuant to chapter 160, Public Laws 1911, the Corporation Commission has 
given authority to logging roads to become carriers of kinds of commodities 
other than their own, and has approved tariff for them as follows: 

EMPIRE MANUFACTURING COMPANY RAILROAD. 

OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 




A. H. Edgerton 






H. Weil 











ROAD OPERATED. 
Oliver's Station to within 3 miles of Bentonville (miles) 



FREIGHT TARIFF. 



Articles 



Fertilizer: 
Under 6 miles — 

Per car of 20 tons and less 

Per ton in excess of 20 tons 

Over 6 miles — 

Per car of 20 tons and less 

Per ton in excess of 20 tons.. 

Brick: 
Under 6 miles — 

Per M (minimum car 8M brick) 

Over 6 miles — 

Per M (minimum car 8M brick) 

Merchandise, Household Furniture and Feed: 
Under 6 miles — 

Per car of 20 tons and less (excess in proportion) . 
Over 6 miles — 

Per car of 20 tons and less (excess in proportion). 
Wood: 
Under 6 miles — 

Per cord (minimum 12 cords) 

Over 6 miles — 

Per cord (minimum 12 cords) 



Rate 



10.00 
1.00 



12.50 
1.00 



1.00 
1.25 

8.00 
10.00 

.50 
.75 



Above rates apply in car-load lots; less than car-load lots will be handled only on the car-load rate. 



LIMITED COMMON CARRIERS 



133 



ENTERPRISE LUMBER COMPANY. 

OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 






Mount Olive, N.C. 






Mount Olive, N. C. 









Mount Olive to New Camp (miles). 



ROAD OPERATED. 



FREIGHT TARIFF. 



Under 
4 Miles 


4 to 6 


6 to 8 


8 to 10 


10 to 12 


12 to 14 


14 to 16 


$ 0.10 


$ 0.10 


$ 0.10 


$ 0.10 


$ 0.10 


$ 0.10 


$ 0.12| 


7.00 


7.00 


7.00 


8.00 


8.00 


9.00 


9.00 


.05 


.05 


.05 


.06 


.06 


.06 


.06 


10.00' 


12.00 


14.00 


17.00 


19.00 


20.00 


22.50 


1.00 


1.25 


1.50 


1.75 


2.00 


2.25 


2.50 


10.00 


11.00 


12.50 


14.00 


16.00 


18.00 


20.00 


1.00 


1.25 


1.50 


1.75 


2.00 


2.25 


2.50 


8.00 


9.00 


10.00 


11.00 


12.50 


14.00 


16.00 


1.00 


1.00 


1.00 


1.25 


1.25 


1.25 


1.50 


.50 


.50 


.50 


.50 


.55 


.55 


.55 


.50 


.50 


.50 


.50 


.55 


.55 


.60 


.15 


.16 


.18 


.20 


.20 


.20 


.25 


.20 


.20 


.20 


.20 


.20 


.20 


.20 


.10 


.10 


.10 


.10 


.12| 


.12£ 


.15 



16 to 18 



$ 0.12| 

10.00 

.06 

26.00 
2.75 

23.00 
2.75 

18.00 
1.50 



Fruit and Vegetables, per crate — 
Empty crates or barrels, per car.. 

Empty crates or barrels, each 

Fertilizer, min. 20 tons (excess, 
$2.00 per ton) 

L. C. L., per ton 

Cotton Seed and Hulls 

L. C. L., per ton 

Flour, in car-loads 

Brick, min. 10,000, per 1,000 

Wood, min. 10 cords, per cord 

Cotton, per bale 

Furniture, per 100 pounds 

Chickens and Eggs, per crate 

Merchandise not classed, per lOOlbs 



We will not accept any freight, either C. L. or L. C. L., from or to any points except the following: 



Oliver's Siding 

Taylor's Siding 

Lof tin's Siding 

King's Crossing... 
Dobson's Crossing 
Bell's Siding 



Miles 



Hill's or Cherry's Siding. 

Scott's Store 

Brown's Camp 

Summerlin's Store 

Tobacco Barn.. 

New Camp 



Miles 



9* 
12 
13 

15 
18 



134 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



FOSBURGH LUMBER COMPANY. 

OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 






Norfolk, Va. 






Norfolk, Va. 




Clay H. Hollister.. 


Norfolk, Va. 






Norfolk, Va. 









ROAD OPERATED. 
Vaughan, N. C, to near Essex, N. C. (miles) 



14.00 



FREIGHT TARIFF. 



Articles 



Cotton, per bale . 

Peanuts, per bag - 

Fertilizers, Cotton-seed, and Cotton-seed Hulls and Meal, L. C. L., per ton 

Hay, Grain, and Feedstuff, per 100 pounds 

Flour, per 100 pounds 

Lard, Meat, and Sugar, per 100 pounds 

Salt, L. C. L 

Groceries, Fruit, and Crackers, N. O. S 

Furniture, Mattresses, Lamp Chimneys, Baskets, Hats, and Caps, per 100 pounds 

Agricultural Implements, per 100 pounds.. 

Nails and Horse Shoes, per 100 pounds.. 

Castings, per 100 pounds 

Cotton Goods, in the original piece, per 100 pounds...! 

Coffee, Molasses, Fish, and Vinegar, per 100 pounds 

Dry Goods, Shoes, and Notions, per 100 pounds 

Plows, K. D., per 100 pounds 

Crockery and Glassware, in hogsheads and tierces, and Window Glass, per 100 pounds — 

Hardware, per 100 pounds 

Coffins and Caskets, per 100 pounds 

Poultry, per crate 

Eggs, per crate - 

Vehicles, per 100 pounds — 

Brick, per 1,000 

Lime and Cement, per 100 pounds 

Bagging and Ties, per 100 pounds - 

Hides (green), per 100 pounds - - 

Hides (dry), per 100 pounds --- 

Pepsi-Cola and Coca-Cola, per crate 

Pepsi-Cola and Coca-Cola, returned empties, per crate - - 

Oil and Gasoline, per 100 pounds 

Return Egg Crates and Chicken Coops, each 



Rate 



0.40 
.12 

1.00 
.07 
.09 
.07 
.09 
.10 
.20 
.18 
.08 
.07 
.08 
.10 
.20 
.07 
.10 
.10 
.10 
.35 
.25 
.35 

1.15 
.08 
.07 
.10 
.20 
.15 
.10 
.10 
.10 



LIMITED COMMON CARRIERS 



135 



GREENLEAF JOHNSON LUMBER COMPANY. 

OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 






Vaughan 









ROAD OPERATED. 
Vaughan, N. C, to Wood, N. C. (miles) 

CLASSIFICATION OF RATES. 



20.00 



Articles 



Advertising Matter, all classes 

Agricultural Implements (N. O. S.) 

Ale... 

Apples , in barrels 

Bagging and Ties , 

Baking Powders 

Baskets 

Belting 

Bicycles . 

Boots and Shoes-. 

Brick, car-load, per 1,000 

Brick (less than car-load, 20% higher) 

Buggies and Carriages,-- -.. 

Barrels and Drums, empty 

Buckets, Tubs, etc 

Canned Goods 

Cakes and Crackers 

Camping Outfits, car-load 

Camping Outfits, less than car-load 

Candies . 

Carpeting 

Cartridges 

Cement and Lime 

Cheese 

Cider, in barrels— 

Cigars and Cigarettes 

Clothing 

Coca-Cola... _ 

Coffee __.__ 

Cotton Seed and Hulls. 

Cotton Seed and Hulls (less than car-load, 20% higher) 

Cotton, per bale 

Crates, empty, returned 

Doors, Windows, and Blinds 

Drugs 

Dry Goods and Notions 

Earthenware 

Eggs, per crate 

Engines and Equipments (Machinery, etc.) 

Engines and Equipments (Machinery, etc.), car-load minimum, 20,000 

Explosives... 

Fence Wire 

Fertilizers 

Fertilizers (less than car-load, 20% higher) 

Firearms 



Rate 



136 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



GREENLEAF JOHNSON LUMBER COMPANY— Continued. 

CLASSIFICATION OF RATES— Continued. 



Articles 


Rate 


Fish 


5 


Flour 


F 


Flour, in sacks.. . ... . ... 


c 


Fruit Jars .. ...... .... ..... 




Glassware... ..... ... 


2 




A 


Groceries (N. 0. S.) 


3 




5 


Hay Fodder, etc., less than car lots .... 


5 


Hay, Fodder, etc., car lots ... ... ... 


A 


Hides and Furs ._ . .-....___.. 


3 


Hogs . ... . 




Household Goods, Furniture (not released). . 


j 


Household Goods, value limited to $5 per hundred pounds in case of loss or damage 


4 
P 




s 




3 


Lard, in cases or tubs .. ... . . . . 


B 




B 




2 




1 


Live Stock, Horses and Mules, each, 2,000 pounds; two, 3,000 pounds; 1,000 pounds each 


2 


Lye.. . . . ...... ._ ._ . _. 


5 




A 


Meat ... . ... . ... ...... 


B 




4 


Nails . . . ... ... ..... ....... .. 


A 




3 


Oil 


6 


Paints --_--.-- . ... _ . . 


5 


Paper, in rolls or bundles. _ ... _ _. . . 


4 




4 




3 




5 




3 




S 




5 




1 




3 


Rubber Goods (N. O. S.) 






2 


Salt 


S 


ShipstufL. . . .. _ 


A 




5 




5 




1 




3 




1 




6 




3 


Tobacco ... _. .. ... . 


3 




2 




3 




3 










LIMITED COMMON CARRIERS 



137 



GREENLEAF JOHNSON LUMBER COMPANY-Continued. 

TABLE OF CLASS RATES. 



Distances 



3 to 5 miles.. 

5 to 7 miles.. 

7 to 9 miles.. 

9 to 11 miles 
11 to 16 miles 
16 to 20 miles 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


c 


D 


F 


P 


S 





N 


G 


22 


19 


16 


13 


11 


10 


5 


10 


10 


7 


16 


95 


5 


100 


60 


40 


23 


21 


16 


13 


11 


10 


6 


10 


10 


7 


18 


100 


5 


105 


60 


45 


24 


21 


16 


13 


11 


10 


6 


10 


10 


7 


18 


100 


5 


105 


60 


45 


25 


21 


17 


14 


12 


10 


7 


10 


10 


7 


18 


100 


5 


110 


70 


50 


27 


22 


18 


15 


13 


10 


7 


10 


10 


7 


18 


102 


6 


115 


90 


55 


29 


24 


19 


16 


14 


12 


7 


10 


10 


8 


20 


105 


6 


120 


90 


60 



Min. 



HINES BROS. LUMBER COMPANY. 

OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 






Kinston, N. C. 






Kinston, N. C. 









ROAD OPERATED. 
Riley's Siding (near Caswell) toward Tuckahoe (miles) 



20 



FREIGHT TARIFF. 



Article 


Rate 


Fertilizer : 
North of Vine Swamp, per ton for minimum car of 10 tons 


$ 0.60 
.75 







Less than 10 tons, 20% higher; minimum car, 20 tons. 
Other freights based on regular tariff mileage. 



138 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



K. B. JOHNSONS LOG ROAD. 

OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 


President ... 













ROAD OPERATED. 
Kennebec, N. C, to Duprees Siding (miles) 



FREIGHT TARIFF. 



Distances 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


Per 
Bbl. 

F 


Per 
100 
Lbs. 


Per Ton, 
2,000 
Lbs. 


Per Car-load, 
Weights as Per 
Classification 




H 


K 


L 


M 


N 


O 


P 


4 miles and under. 

8 and over 4 

12 and over 8... 


14 
18 

22 


12 
15 

18 


10 
13 
16 


1C 

IS 


8 
9 

11 


7 
8 
10 


7 
7 
8 


7 
7 
9 


6 
8 
9 


5 

6 

7 


8 
9 

11 


14 

16 
18 


7 
9 
12 


5 

7 
8 


$0.70 
.80 
.90 


$0.90 

.95 

1.00 


$10.00 
11.00 
12.00 


$ 9.00 
10.00 
11.00 


$ 7.00 
7.50 
8.50 




Brick- 
Common, 
Minimum 
C. L. 10,000 
Brick, 
Per 1,000 
Brick 


Cotton, 
in Bales, 
Per 100 
Pounds 


Cotton-seed Hulls, 
20,000 Lbs. Mini- 
imum, Per Ton 
of 2,000 Pounds 


Cotton-seed Fertil- 
izers and Cotton-seed 
Meal, Car-load Min- 
imum 20,000 Pounds, 
Packed in Bags, Per 
Ton of 2,000 Pounds 


Firewood, 
Car-load, 

10 Cords 
Minimum, 

Per Cord 




C. L. 


L. C. L., 
Packed 


C. L. 


L. C. L. 


4 miles and under. 

8 and over 4 

12 and over 8 


$ 




Oi 
1.2 
1.1 


5 





$ 





.10 
.12 

.15 


$ 





.50 
.65 
.75 


$ 


0.8 
1.0 
1.1 


5 




$ 




0.85 

.95 

1.10 


$ 


1.15 
1.35 
1.50 


$ 


0.75 

.85 

1.00 





Lumber, 






C. L. Min- 


Minimum 




imum 


Charge on 




24,000 


Any Single 




Pounds, 


Ship- 




in Cents 


ment — 




Per 100 


Cents 




Pounds 




4 miles and under .. 


4 


10 




6 

7 


10 




15 







All rates in this tariff include transfer charges at Kennebec, N. C. 



LIMITED COMMON CARRIERS 



139 



KINSTON MANUFACTURING COMPANY. 

OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 




- 


J. T. Deal 


Kinston, N. C. 




R. C. Deal. 




Kinston, N. C. 











ROAD OPERATED. 
Pink Hill, N. C, to Beulaville, N. C. (miles) 



FREIGHT TARIFF. 



Articles 



Cotton, per bale 

Cotton Seed and Cotton-seed Hulls, C. L. 20,000 pounds, per ton 2,000 pounds. 

Cotton Seed and Cotton-seed Hulls, L. C. L 

Tobacco, per 100 pounds 

Groceries, per 100 pounds 

Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, per 100 pounds. 

Naval Stores, per 100 pounds 

Oils, Lubricating, per 100 pounds... 

Machinery, per 100 pounds 

Grapes, per 100 pounds 

Fertilizer, per 100 pounds 

Bricks, per 100 pounds 



Rate 



0.50 
.70 
.85 
.10 
.10 
.18 
.05 
.10 
.15 
.10 
.10 
.10 



140 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



MONTGOMERY LUMBER COMPANY. 

OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 




Guy I. Buell 








Buffalo, N. Y. 




L. D. Tanner 


Spring Hope, N. C. 


General Counsel _.. . .__ ._ 


F. S. Spruill 


Rocky Mount, N. C. 









ROAD OPERATED. 
Spring Hope, N. C, to Bunn, N. C. (miles) 



FREIGHT TARIFF— COMMODITIES. 



Articles 



Bagging and Ties, any quantity, per 100 pounds 

Blinds (See Building Material). 

Brick, C. L. 10,000 brick minimum, per 1,000 

Same, L. C. L., per 1,000 

Building Material, viz.: Sash, Doors, Blinds, Columns, and Trimmings, C. L. (straight 
or mixed), per car 20,000 pounds 

Same, L. C. L., per 100 pounds 

Bureaus (See Furniture). 

Canned Goods, any quantity, per 100 pounds 

Cement, any quantity, packed, per 100 pounds 

Chairs (See Furniture). 
Columns (See Building Material). 
Cordwood (See Wood, Cord). 

Cotton, in bales, any quantity, per 100 pounds - 

Cotton Seed, C. L. 10 tons minimum, per ton 2,000 pounds .- 

Same, L. C. L., in bags, per ton 2,000 pounds 

Cotton-seed Hulls, C. L. 10 tons minimum, per ton 2,000 pounds 

Same, L. C. L., packed, per ton 2,000 pounds '..- 

Crates, Egg (See Egg Crates). 

Cross-ties, wooden, any quantity, each 

Doors (See Building Material). 

Drain Pipe (See Pipe, Earthen Drain). 

Earthen Pipe (See Pipe, Earthen Drain). 

Eggs, any quantity, per crate... -- 

Egg Crates, any quantity, each 

Fertilizer, C. L. 15 tons minimum, per ton 2,000 pounds - 

Fish, fresh, any quantity, per 100 pounds -- 

Fish, salt, in kegs, any quantity, per 100 pounds 

Fixtures, Store (See Store Fixtures). 
Flour (See Grain and Grain Products). 

Furniture, new, any quantity, viz.: Beds, Bureaus, Washstands, and Hat Racks, per 100 
pounds 

Chairs, per 100 pounds --- 

Grain and Grain Products, C. L. 24,000 pounds, per 100 pounds 

Grain, all kinds, in bags or barrels, L. C. L., per 100 pounds --- 

Flour, in sacks, per 100 pounds. 

Same, in barrels, per barrel 

Meal, per 100 pounds - 

Grits, per 100 pounds 



Rate 



0.09 



1.00 
1.25 



10.00 
.15 



.14 
.08* 



.10 
1.00 
1.25 

.80 
1.00 



.10 

.21 

.05* 

.10 

.10 

.20 

.10 

.10 



LIMITED COMMON CARRIERS 



141 



MONTGOMERY LUMBER COMPANY— Continued. 

FREIGHT TARIFF— COMMODITIES. 



Articles 



Glass, crated or boxed, per 100 pounds 

Hat Racks (See Furniture). 

Hogsheads, Tobacco (See Tobacco Hogsheads). 

Household Goods, C. L., per car 20,000 pounds 

Same, L. C. L., per 100 pounds 

Hulls, Cotton-seed (See Cotton-seed Hulls). 

Ice, bagged, per 100 pounds 

Iron Pipe (See Machinery). - 

Lime, in barrels, any quantity, per 100 pounds 

Machines, Sewing, any quantity, each 

Machinery, including Iron Pipe, C. L., per 100 pounds 

Same, L. C. L., per 100 pounds ... 

Meal (See Grain and Grain Products). 

Meat, in boxes or bags, any quantity, per 100 pounds 

Molasses, in barrels, hogsheads, or puncheons, any quantity, per 100 pounds 

Oil, any kind, in barrels, any quantity, per 100 pounds.. 

Pipe, Earthen or Drain, C. L., per car 25,000 pounds 

Same, L. C. L., per 100 pounds 

Poultry, live, any quantity, per 100 pounds 

Sash (See Building Material). 

Seed, Cotton (See Cotton Seed). 

Sewing Machines (See Machines, Sewing). 

Shingles, Wooden Building, C. L., per car 30,000 pounds 

Same, L. C. L., per 100 pounds . 

Slab Wood (See Wood, Cord or Slab). 

Store Fixtures, all kinds, any quantity, per 100 pounds. 

Ties, Iron (See Bagging and Ties). 

Ties, Wooden (See Cross-ties). 

Tile (Same as Earthen Drain Pipe). 

Tobacco, in hogsheads or tierces, C. L., per 100 pounds. 

Same, L. C. L., per 100 pounds 

Same, in crates, any quantity, per 100 pounds 

Tobacco Hogsheads, empty, any quantity, per 100 pounds 

Vehicles, K. D., packed, any quantity, per 100 pounds 

Same, S. U., any quantity, per 100 pounds : 

Vegetables, viz.: Potatoes, in bags or barrels, any quantity, per 100 pounds 
• Washstands (See Furniture). 
Wood, Cord or Slab, for fuel purposes, C. L., 10 miles and over 5, per car... 



Rates 



0.15 



12.00 
.16 



.10 
.25 
.10 
.14 

.10 
.10 
.11 
10.00 
.09 
.21 



10.00 
.05 



.10 
.12 
.13 
.30 
.16 
.30 
.10 

6.00 



Minimum charge — No shipment from one consignor to one consignee for less than 25 cents. 



142 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



JOHN L. ROPER LUMBER COMPANY. 

OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 




C. I. Millard 


Norfolk, Va. 




C. E. Emmert 


New Bern, N. C. 




W. B. Rodman 


Norfolk, Va. 









ROAD OPERATED. 
Clark Junction, N. C, to Catherine Lake (miles) 



40 



Freight Tariff — Standard. 



WACCAMAW LUMBER COMPANY. 

OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 




F. L. Finkenstaedt 


Bolton, N. C. 




Watts S. Humphrey... 


Bolton, N. C. 









RO^D OPERATED. 
Bolton, N. C, to Makatoka, N. C. (miles) 



FREIGHT TARIFF. 



Distances 


Per 100 Pounds 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 
100 
Lbs. 


Per 
Ton 


Per Car, 

24,000 
Pounds 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


F 


H 


K 


L 


M 


N 







16 
22 
25 

28 


13 
16 

19 
21 


11 

14 
17 

19 


9 

12 
14 

16 


7 

10 
12 
13 


7 
8 
9 
10 


7 
8 
9 

10 


7 
8 
9 

10 


7 
8 
9 

10 


6 
7 
8 
9 


8 

10 
12 
13 


13 
15 
17 
19 


9 

12 
14 
16 


6 
7 
8 
9 


77 
89 
95 
101 


102 
105 
120 
125 


$11 .00 
12.00 
13.00 
15.00 


$10.00 




11.00 


15 miles and over 10 

20 miles and over 15 


12.00 
12.00 


Distances 


Cotton 

Seed, 

Cotton-seed 

Hulls, C. L., 

Per Ton 


Fertilizer, 
C. L., 10 
Tons Min- 
imum C. L., 
L. C. L. 20% 
Higher 


Cotton, in 
Bales, Per 
100 Pounds 


Wood, Per 

Cord, 10 

Cords, 

Minimum 


Brick, Per 

1,000, C. L. 

10,000 Min., 

L. C. L. 20% 

Higher 




$ 0.70 

.80 

.90 

1.00 


$ 0.70 

.90 

1.10 

1.20 


$ 0.11 
.11 
.12 
.14 


$ 0.55 
.60 
.65 
.70 


$ 1.00 




1.15 




1.20 




1.25 









LIMITED COMMON CARRIERS 



143 



THE WELDON LUMBER COMPANY. 

OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 






Weldon, N. C. 




N. J. Shepherd 


Weldon, N. C. 









ROAD OPERATED. 
Weldon, N. C, to near Ringwood (miles) 



FREIGHT TARIFF. 



Articles 



Cotton, per bale— 

Cotton Seed, Cotton-seed Meal, Hulls and Fertilizers, C. L., per ton 

Leaf Tobacco, in baskets, per 100 pounds 

Grain, Hay, Meal, Flour, Bran, Hominy, Grits, and Shipstuff, per 100 pounds.. 

Lard, Sugar, Salt Fish, Molasses, Vinegar, and Oil, in barrels or drums 

Salt, C. L., per 100 pounds 

Groceries, per 100 pounds 

Boots, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Dry Goods, and Notions, per 100 pounds 

Live Stock, per car 

Agricultural Implements and parts thereof: Bar and Band Metal, Nails, Horse and Mule 
Shoes, Machinery, and Fence Wire, C. L., per 100 pounds 

Less than car-1 oad 

Furniture, Household Goods, and Woodenware, C. L., per 100 pounds _. 

Less than car-load 

Hardware and Saddlery, per 100 pounds 

Poultry and Eggs, per 100 pounds 

Vehicles, S. U., per 100 pounds . 

Vehicles, K. D 

Brick, C. L., per 1,000. 

Lime and Cement, C. L., per 100 pounds 

Glassware, Crockery, and Jugware, per 100 pounds 



Rate 



0.75 
1.00 
.18 
.10 
.13 
.061 
.25 
.30 
14.00 

.13 
.15 
.13 
.18 
.25 
.30 
.90 
.25 
1.50 



144 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



WHITEVILLE LUMBER COMPANY. 

OFFICERS. 



Title 


Name 


Official Address 




Nathan O'Berry . ... .. 


Goldsboro, N. C. 






Goldsboro, N. C. 




C. R. Spivey 


Goldsboro, N. C. 









ROAD OPERATED. 
Whiteville, N. C, to Butler's, N. C. (miles).. 



27 



CLASS RATES, IN CENTS. 









Per 
100 
Lbs. 


Per 


Per Car-load as 






Per Hundred Pounds 


Per 
Bbl. 


Ton, 
2,000 


Per Classifica- 
tion, Excess in 


! 


Distances 






Lbs. 


Proportion 


a 
o 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


F 


H 


K 


L 


M 


N 


O 


tP 




5 miles and under 


16 


13 


11 


9 


9 


7 


7 


7 


7 


6 


8 


13 


9 


6 


77 


102 


$11 .00 


$10.00 


St7 .00 


20 


10 miles and over 5.. 


22 


16 


14 


12 


10 


8 


8 


8 


8 


7 


10 


15 


12 


7 


89 


105 


12.00 


11.00 


t8.00 


20 


15 miles and over 10. 


25 


19 


17 


14 


12 


9 


9 


9 


9 


8 


12 


17 


14 


8 


95 


120 


13.00 


12.00 


t9.00 


20 


20 miles and over 15. 


28 


21 


19 


16 


13 


10 


10 


10 


10 


9 


13 


19 


16 


9 


101 


125 


15.00 


12.00 


tl2 .00 


25 


25 miles and over 20. 


31 


24 


21 


19 


14 


11 


11 


11 


11 


10 


14 


21 


19 


10 


105 


130 


16.25 


13.00 


U3.25 


25 


30 miles and over 25 _ 


34 


27 


23 


22 


15 


12 


12 


12 


12 


11 


15 


23 


22 


11 


110 


135 


17.25 


14.00 


tl4 .25 


30 



fApplies only on through shipments received from connections at Whiteville, N. C. 



COMMODITY RATES, IN CENTS. 



Distances 


<o . 

« a 
■s a 

Ofl 

T3 O 

M 2 el 
a IS 

OKPh 


Fertilizer, C. L. Minimum 10 
Tons, Maximum 20 Tons, Per 
Ton 2,000 Pounds; L. C. L. 30 
Per Cent Higher 


A 
tl 

o 

o 

u 

4° 

pm 

"3 
ffl 

a 

a 

o 
+2 

o 
O 


03 

u 

o 
O 
o 

u 

o 

1A 

PhO 

"81 

la 


o 

O iO 

III 

(h (-. 03 

pqpqpn 


0) 
T3 03 

OS 

■a* 

^2 

PhPh 

c3 

.2 a 
PhH 


03 
A 

hH 

S 

M 

<B 

Ph 
<b 

'-5 
d 
a; 
ft 

f3 
H 

03 

is 

m 


O 
03 

03 
0> 

■Si 

flpH 

"to 

n-,0 

« M 

h! ffl 

.Ph 

o . 

§ s 

II 


Hewn Timber from Dead Trees 
Only, Per Car 34,000 Pounds, 
Excess in Proportion, Maximum 
40,000 Pounds, Excess Double 
Rate 


Shingles, C. L. Minimum 34,000 
Pounds, Per 100 Pounds, Maxi- 
mum 40,000 Pounds, Excess 
Double Rate 




70 
80 
100 
110 
120 
130 


75 
95 
115 
125 
135 
145 


11 
11 
13 
15 
16 
17 


90 
95 
100 
110 
120 
130 


110 
120 
130 
140 
150 
160 


6 

6 

7 
8 
8 
9 


7 
7 
9 
10 
11 
12 


9 

10 
11 
15 
16 
17 


$ 14.00 
14.50 
15.00 
15.50 
15.50 
16.00 


6 




6* 




7 




7* 




7\ 




8 










LIMITED COMMON CARRIERS 



145 



WHITEVILLE LUMBER COMPANY— Continued. 

RATES ON VEGETABLES FROM WHITEVILLE LUMBER COMPANY RAILROAD STATIONS 

TO WHITEVILLE, N. C. 

In Cents. 



Vegetables, N. O. S. 



Whiteville Lumber Company 
Railroad Stations 



Cabbage, 
Per Bar- 
rel or 
Barrel 
Crate 


Potatoes, 

Per 

Barrel 


8* 


13 


108 


167 


12 


181 


13 2 


20 4 


14* 


22« 


15 « 


24 



Per Barrel or 
Barrel Crate, 
Car-load Mini- 
mum 200 
Packages 



C. L. 



L. C. L. 



Per lJ^-Bushel 
Package, Car- 
load Minimum 
325 Packages 



C. L. L. C. L 



Per Bushel 
Package, Car- 
load Minimum 
400 Packages 



C. L. L. C. L. 



Harrelsonville, N. C 

Wattsville, N. C 

Camps, N. C — 

Longs, N. C 

Butlers, N. C 

Bryans, S. C 



10| 
13| 

15 
16| 

18 
19 1 



16| 
25| 
28| 
311 
34| 
37| 



12| 

U\ 

15! 

m 

181 



51 

81 
91 
101 
HI 
121 



RATES ON STRAWBERRIES FROM WHITEVILLE LUMBER COMPANY RAILROAD 
STATIONS TO WHITEVILLE, N. C. 



Whiteville Lumber Company Railroad Stations 



Harrelsonville, N. C 

Wattsville, N. C 

Camps, N. C 

Longs, N. C 

Butlers, N. C 



Per Crate, 
Car-load 
Minimum 

250 Crates, 
Excess in 

Proportion 



Part I-— Corp. Com., 1915.— 10 



STEAMBOAT COMPANIES. 



ALBEMARLE STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. 

Rates Between All Landings. 
LOCAL FREIGHT TARIFF— In Cents Per 100 Pounds. 





2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


B 


D 


E 


Per 
Bbl. 


Per 

100 
Lbs. 


1 


F 


H' 


30 


25 


21 


18 


15 


12 


12 


12 


12 


8 


12 


15 


10 



COMMODITIES. 



Articles 



Automobiles: 

Between Edenton, N. C, and landings on Chowan River; Meherrin River landings 
and Tunis, N. C; Franklin, Va., and Riddicksville and Macks, N. C, and Black- 
water River landings, each 

Between Franklin, Va., and Meherrin River landings; Franklin, Va., and Chowan 
River landings, except Riddicksville and Macks, N. C, each 

Between Meherrin River landings and Chowan River landings, except Tunis, N. C 

Buggies, S. U.: 

Between Franklin, Va., and Blackwater River landings, Chowan River landings 
(Macks, Riddicksville, Winton, Tunis), and Meherrin River landings, each 

Between Franklin, Va. (southbound only), and Chowan River landings (Mt. Pleasant, 
Woodley's Wharf, Holley's Wharf, Colerain, Willow Branch, Mt. Gould, Perry's 
Wharf, Eden House, Edenton), Wicacon Creek landings, and Bennett's Creek land- 
ings, each 

Barrels, Flour and Sugar, empty, each __, 

Barrels, Kegs, Pails, Tubs, and Firkins for fish, each 

Baskets and Crates, truck, L. C. L., per 100 pounds 

Same, C. L., 15,000 pounds, per 100 pounds 

Beef, per barrel 

Boxes for truck and fish, per 100 pounds 

Brick, per 1,000 

Cement, per barrel 

Cider, per barrel. 

Cider, per half-barrel. 

Coal, in bags, C. L., per ton 2,000 pounds.. 

Coal, L. C. L., in bags, per ton 2,000 pounds 

Coops and Crates, per 100 pounds 

Cotton, per bale 

Cotton Seed, per 100 pounds 

Crates, returned empty bottle (southbound only), each. 

Egg Crates, empty, each 

Eggs, per crate 

Fertilizer, C. L., per ton 2,000 pounds 

Fertilizer, L. C. L., per ton 2,000 pounds 

Fish Boxes and Tops, Edenton, N. C, to Woodley's Wharf, N. C, each 

Fish: 

Fresh, in sugar barrels, per barrel. 

Fresh, in flour barrels, per barrel 



Rate 



5.00 



10.00 
7.50 



1.00 



1.25 
.03 
.12 
.25 
.12 
.25 
.12 

3.00 
.20 
.30 
.20 

1.00 

1.20 
.18 



.12 
.05 
.25 
1.00 
1.20 
.05 



.40 



STEAMBOAT COMPANIES 



147 



ALBEMARLE STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY— Continued. 
LOCAL FREIGHT TARIFF— COMMODITIES. 



Articles 



Fish — Continued: 

Fresh, in boxes, per box 

Fresh, in half-boxes, per half-box 

Fresh, in quarter-boxes, per quarter-box 

Herrings, in bags, boxes, sugar barrels, and flour barrels, per 1,000 herrings 

Salted Herrings, standard package, per barrel 

Salted Herrings, standard package, per half-barrel 

Salted Herrings, standard package, per quarter-barrel 

Fish, southbound, per barrel... 

Flour, per barrel.. 

Fodder, L. C. L., per 100 pounds 

Grain, C. L., in sacks, per 100 pounds 

Hay, in bales, C. L., per 100 pounds... 

Hay, in bales, L. C. L., per 100 pounds 

Hogs, dressed, actual weight, per 100 pounds. 

Household Goods, agreed to be of value to not exceed $10.00 per 100 pounds, and so 

stated by shipper in writing in shipping order and bill of lading, per 100 pounds 

Ice, per 100 pounds. 

Land Plaster, C. L., per ton 2,000 pounds... 

Land Plaster, L. C. L., per ton 2,000 pounds 

Laths, per 1,000 

Lime, Agricultural, per ton 2,000 pounds 

Lime, N. O. S., per barrel . 

Live Stock, per car 20,000 pounds 

Live Stock, viz.: 

Calves, each 

Cattle , ye ar lings, each 

Cattle, full grown, each i 

Hogs, actual weight, per 100 pounds 

Lambs, estimated weight 70 pounds, per 100 pounds 

Sheep, estimated weight 100 pounds, per 100 pounds 

Lumber, per 1,000 feet 

Machinery, Sawmill, per 100 pounds 

Meal, in barrels, per barrel 

Meal, in sacks, per 100 pounds... 

M olasses , per b arrel _. 

Motorcycles: 

Between Chowan River landings and Meherrin River landings, each 

Between Blackwater River landings and Chowan River, Meherrin River, Wicacon 

Creek, Bennett's Creek landings, each 

Between Chowan River and Meherrin River landings and Wicacon Creek, and Bennett's 

Creek landings, each 

Oil, Coal, per barrel. _ 

Oysters, per barrel 

Peanuts, C. L., per bag 

Peanuts, L. C. L., per bag 

Peanuts, South Quay, Va., to Franklin, Va 

Peas, Cow and Field, per bag 

Pork, per barrel 

Potatoes , per barrel 

Poultry, Dressed, per 100 pounds 

Poultry, Live, in coops, per 100 pounds.. 

Rice, Rough, in sacks, per 100 pounds. 

Rosin, per barrel 

Salt, Table, in barrels, per 100 pounds 

Salt, in sacks, C. L., per ton 2,000 pounds 

Salt, in sacks, L. C. L., estimated weight 200 pounds, per 100 pounds 



148 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



ALBEMARLE STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY— Continued. 

LOCAL FREIGHT TARIFF— COMMODITIES. 



Articles 



Shingles: 

3x20, per 1,000 shingles — . 

4x20, per 1,000 shingles 

5x20, per 1,000 shingles 

6x20, per 1,000 shingles... 

Staves and Last Blocks, per 1,000 pieces 

Straw, L. C. L., per 100 pounds . 

Sugar, per barrel 

Surreys, S. U.:' 
Between Franklin, Va. (southbound only), and Chowan River landings (Mount 
Pleasant, Woodley's Wharf, Holley's Wharf, Colerain, Willow Branch, Mount 
Gould, Perry's Wharf, Eden House, Edenton), Wicacon Creek landings, and Bennett's 

Creek landings, each 

Between Franklin, Va., and Blackwater River landings, Chowan River landings 

(Riddicksville, Macks, Winton, Tunis), and Meherrin River landings, each 

Tar, N. O. S., per barrel 

Tar, Coal, per barrel 

Vegetables, N. O. S., per barrel 

Vegetables, N. O. S., per half-barrel 

Vegetables, N. O. S., per bushel box 

Vinegar, per barrel 



Rate 



0.30 
.35 
.40 
.50 

4.00 
.10 
.25 



3.00 

2.50 
.15 
.30 
.15 
.10 
.07 
.30 



Minimum charge 25 cents, except Egg Crates and Ice. 



WHARFAGE AND STORAGE. 
Per 100 Poinds. 



Articles 



Articles not otherwise provided for. 

Bacon, per 100 pounds.. 

Bagging, per 100 pounds 

Barrels, 200 pounds and under 

Barrels, over 200 pounds 

Bricks, per 1,000 

Cotton, per bale 

Castings, per 100 pounds 

Cattle, each 

Coal, per 2,000 pounds 

Coffee, per sack 

Corn, per bag.. 

Crates, each 

Cotton seed, per bag 

Dry goods, per 100 pounds 

Fertilizer, per bag ... 

Guano, per bag.. 

Hay, per bale.. 

H orses , each 

Lime, per bag 

Lumber, per 1,000 feet 

Laths, per 1,000 feet 

Meal, per sack 



*Wharfage 



0.02 
.02 
.02 
.02 
.03 
.20 
.05 
.02 
.10 
.20 
.02 
.02 
.01 
.02 
.02 



fWharfage 



0.01 



.20 



Storage, 
All Landings 



0.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.02 
.10 
.05 
.01 



STEAMBOAT COMPANIES 



149 



ALBEMARLE STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY— Continued. 

WHARFAGE AND STORAGE— Continued. 
Per 100 Pounds. 



Aricles 



'Wharfage 



fWharfage 



Storage, 
All Landings 



Oats, per sack 

Oil, in barrels 

Peas, per sack __ 

Peanuts, per bag 

Plaster, land-. 

Salt, per sack 

Small packages, each- 
Shingles, per 1,000 

Sugar 

Trunks, full, each 

Vehicles 



0.02 



.05 



0.01 
.03 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.01 
.05 
.03 
.02 
.05 



*Macks N. C, Riddicksville, N. C., South Quay, Va. 

tCherry Grove, Va., Como, N. C., Gatesville, N. C., Mapleton, N. C., Murfreesboro, N. C., Wil- 
low Branch, N. C., Winton, N. C. 



BENNETTS NORTH CAROLINA LINE. 

Fkeight Taeiff Between Currituck Sound Landings, ^Currituck Courthouse Landing, 

N. C, *Knotts Island, N. C, *Church Island, N. C, Poplar Branch, 

N. C, Narrow Shore Pier and Munden Point, Va. 











CLASS RATES. 


















In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


In Cents — 




Per 
Bbl. 


Per 
100 
Lbs. 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


c 


D 


E 


H 


F 


K 


Munden Point, Va 

Elizabeth City, N. C. .. 


30 
45 


25 
40 


20 
35 


15 
30 


12 

25 


10 
20 


10 
20 


10 
20 


8 
15 


8 
15 


12 
25 


12 
15 


16 
25 


8 



COMMODITY RATES. 



Munden 
Point, Va. 



Elizabeth 
City, N. C. 



Fertilizer, car-load, per ton 2,000 pounds 

Molasses, per barrel- 

Oil, Coal, and its products, per barrel.-. 

Pork, salted, per barrel 

Salt, per ton 2,000 pounds, car-load minimum 20,000 pounds- 
Sugar, per barrel 

Vinegar, per barrel 



1.25 

.50 
.40 
.30 
1.25 
.30 
.40 



1.50 
.60 
.50 
.40 

l.§0 
.40 
.50 



*No agent. Freight must be prepaid. 

tRates do not apply between Currituck Courthouse, N. C, and Munden Point, Va. 
Minimum charge, 25 cents. 

The above rates will apply between intermediate landings on Currituck Sound as follows: Church 
Island, Currituck Courthouse, Knott's Island, Coinjock, and Poplar Branch, N. C. 



150 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



CAROLINA TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. 

FREIGHT TARIFF. 
Between Wilmington and Long View, Long Creek, and Town Creek. 



Articles 



Cotton, per bale 

Fertilizer, per ton 

Merchandise, per package, according to size. 

Turpentine and Rosin, per barrel 

Turpentine, Spirits, per barrel 



Rate 



$ 0.50 


1.00 


.05 and .10 


.10 


.15 



DANIELS ROANOKE RIVER LINE. 

Rates of Freight in Connection with Daniels Roanoke River Line between Edenton, N. C, and 
Roanoke River Landings (except Plymouth, N. C), also locally between all Roanoke River 
Landings (except Plymouth, N. C). 

CLASS RATES. 



In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


In 
Cents 

Per 
Bbl. 


In 

Cents 

Per 

100 
Lbs. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


H 


F 


K 


35 


30 


25 


20 


15 


12 


12 


12 


10 


10 


15 


15 


20 


10 



COMMODITIES. 



Articles 



Brick, per 1,000 

Buggies, with tops, each 

Buggies, without tops, each 

Canoes, each 

Cotton, per bale... 

Cotton Seed, Cotton-seed Meal, and Cotton-seed Hulls, C. L. minimum 20,000 pounds 

per 2,000 pounds 

Fertilizer, C. L. minimum 20,000 pounds, per 2,000 pounds 

Fish, fresh, per box... 

Fish, fresh, per half-box 

Herrings, North Carolina, per barrel... 

Herrings, North Carolina, per half-barrel. 

Herrings, North Carolina, per quarter-barrel. 

Horses, releaseed, each 

Ice, per 2,000 pounds 

Laths, per 1,000 

Lumber, per 1,000 feet. .. 

Melons, each 

Molasses, owner's risk, per barrel.. 

Oil, Coal, and its products, owner's risk, per barrel .. 

Salt, C. L., per 2,000 pounds 

Shingles, per 1,000 

Sugar, per barrel 

Vegetables and Fruits, N. O. S., per barrel 

Vegetables, per half-barrel 

Vegetables, per bushel box 

Wagons, one-horse, each _. 

Wagons, two-horse, each 



Rate 



2.50 
1.50 
1.00 
1.00 
1.00 

1.50 

1.00 

.50 

.30 

.15 

.10 

.10 

2.00 

1.00 

.75 

2.50 

.02 

.40 

.35 

1.50 

.75 

.25 

.20 

.15 

.10 

1.00 

1.50 



STEAMBOAT COMPANIES 



151 



EDENTON AND CHOWAN RIVER STEAMBOAT COMPANY. 

CLASS RATES. 



Between All Landings 



Chowan River Landings 

•Woodley's Wharf N. C. 

•Perrys Wharf N. C. 

♦Willow Branch (Jernigans Wharf ).N. C. 

•fMount Gould N. C. 

*Rocky Hock N. C. 

Colerain N. C. 

*Holleys Wharf N. C. 

*Mount Pleasant N. C. 

Wicacon Creek Landings 

•Old Ferry....'. N. C. 

•Sharps Landing N. C. 

Harrellsville N. C. 



In Cents Per 103 Pounds 



30 



30 



25 



21 



H 



In 

Cts. 
Per 
Bbl. 



*No agent. Freight must be prepaid. tWharfage additional. 



COMMODITY RATES. 

Following list enumerates only such articles as are given specific rates; articles not specified will take 

class rates. 
Between all landings, except as otherwise shown. 



Commodity 



Automobiles: 
Between Edenton, N. C, and Colerain and Mount Gould, N. C; landings on Chowan 

River, each car 

Barrels, Flour and Sugar, empty, each 

Barrels, Kegs, Pails, Tubs, and Firkins for fish, each 

Baskets and Crates, truck, L. C. L 

Same, C. L., 15,000 pounds 

Beef, per barrel , 

Boxes, for Truck and Fish 

Brick, per 1,000 brick 

Cement, per barrel 

Cider, per barrel 

Cider, per half-barrel 

Coal, in bags, C. L., per ton 2,000 pounds. 

Coal, L. C. L., in bags, per ton 2,000 pounds 

Coops and Crates 

Cotton, per bale 

Cotton Seed 

Egg Crates, empty, each 

Eggs, per crate 

Fertilizer, C. L., per ton 2,000 pounds 

Fertilizer, L. C. L., per ton 2,000 pounds 

Fish Boxes and Tops, Edenton, N. C, to Woodley's Wharf, N. C, each 

Fish: 

Fresh, in sugar barrels, per barrel 

Fresh, in flour barrels, per barrel 

Fresh, in boxes , per box 



Rate 



5.00 

.03 

.12 

.25 

.12 

.25 

.12 

3.00 

.20 

.30 

.20 

1.00 

1.20 

.18 

.60 

.06 

.05 

.25 

1.00 

1.20 

.05 



152 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



EDENTON AND CHOWAN RIVER STEAMBOAT COMPANY— Continued. 

COMMODITY RATES. 



Commodity 



Fish — Continued: 

Fresh, in half-boxes, per half-box. 

Fresh, in quarter-boxes, per quarter-box. 

Herrings, in bags, boxes, sugar barrels, and flour barrels, per 1,000 herrings 

N. C. Herrings, standard package, per barrel 

N. C. Herrings, standard package, per half-barrel 

N. C. Herrings, standard package, per quarter-barrel 

Fish, southbound, per barrel 

Flour, per barrel 

Fodder, L. C. L 

Grain, C. L., in sacks 

Hay, C. L 

Hay, L. C. L 

Hogs, dressed, actual weight 

Household Goods, released 

Household Goods, C. L., released, per car 

Ice 

Land Plaster, C. L., per ton 2,000 pounds 

Land Plaster, L. C. L., per ton 2,000 pounds 

Lime, Agricultural, C. L., per ton 2,000 pounds 

Lime, Agricultural, L. C. L., per ton 2,000 pounds 

Lime, N. O. S., per barrel. 

Laths, per 1,000 laths 

Live Stock, per car 20,000 pounds 

Live Stock, L. C. L., viz.: 

Calves, each 

Cattle , ye arlings , each 

Cattle, full grown, each 

Hogs, actual weight 

Lambs, estimated weight 70 pounds , 

Sheep, estimated weight 100 pounds 

Lumber, per 1,000 feet ! 

Machinery, Sawmill 

Meal, in barrels, per barrel T 

Meal , in sacks 

Molasses , per barrel 

Oil, Coal, per barrel .' 

Oysters , per barrel 

Peanuts, C. L. minimum 225 bags, per bag 

Same, L. C. L 

Peas, Field 

Pork, per barrel . 

Potatoes, per barrel 

Poultry, Dressed 

Poultry, live, in coops .' 

Returned Crates, empty bottles, to Edenton, N. C, per crate 

Rice, rough, in sacks 

Rosin, per barrel. 

Salt, table, in barrels 

Salt, in sacks, C. L., per ton 2,000 pounds 

Salt, in sacks, L. C. L., estimated weight 200 pounds 

Shingles: 

3 x 20, per 1,000 shingles 

4 x 20, per 1,000 shingles 

5 x 20, per 1,000 shingles 

6 x 20, per 1,000 shingles 



STEAMBOAT COMPANIES 



153 



EDENTON AND CHOWAN RIVER STEAMBOAT COMPANY— Continued. 

COMMODITY RATES. 



Commodity 



Staves and Last Blocks, per 1,000 pieces 

Straw, L. C. L 

Sugar, per barrel 

Tar, N. O. S., per barrel.... 

Tar, coal, per barrel 

Truck, Vegetables not shown, per barrel 

Truck, Vegetables not shown, per half -barrel. 
Truck, Vegetables not shown, per bushel box 
Vinegar, per barrel 



Rate 



Note. — Minimum charge 25 cents, except egg crates and ice. 



4.00 
.10 
.25 
.15 
.30 
.15 
.10 
.07 
.30 



WHARFAGE. 

Wharfage rates at Mount Gould, N. C. Applicable on interstate shipments, and are in addition 
to the transportation rates. Rates do not apply on shipments moving between points in the State 
of North Carolina. 



Fertilizer, including Land Plaster, per bag 

Peanuts, per bag 

Cotton Seed, per bag 

Oil, in barrels, per barrel 

Salt, in sacks, per sack 

Sugar, in barrels, per barrel 

Hay, per bale 

Cotton, per bale... 

Brick, per 1,000—. 

Lumber, per 1,000 feet 

Shingles, per 1,000.. 

All other freight, per 100 pounds 



Rate 



$ 


0.01 




.01 




.01 




.05 




.01 




.05 




.01 




.05 


• 


.20 




.20 




.05 




.01 



154 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



FAIRFIELD AND ELIZABETH CITY TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. 

Local Rates Between Elizabeth City and Fairfield and Kilkenny, N. C. 
CLASS RATES. 
In Cents Per 100 Pounds. 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


c 


D 


E 


F 


H 


40 


30 


25 


20 


15 


10 


10 


10 


10 


10 


12 


20 


20 


SPECIALS. 



Articles 



Grain, per bushel 

Eggs, per crate 

Pork, fresh, per 100 pounds ._ 
Beef, fresh, per 100 pounds... 
Poultry, live, per 100 pounds 
Hides, green, per 100 pounds 
Hides, dry, per 100 pounds... 

Hay, per ton 

Top Buggies, S. U 

Open Buggies, S. U 

Buggies, K. D 

Carts, Farm 

Meal and Hominy, per bag.. 

Guano, L. C. L., per ton 

Guano, C. L., per ton 

Live Stock, viz.: 

Horses, each. 

Cattle, per 100 pounds 

Calves, each 

Yearlings, each 

Sheep, each 

Goats, each 

Hogs, per 100 pounds 

Brick, per.1,000 

Lumber, per 1,000 feet 

Potatoes, per barrel 

Cabbage, per barrel.. 

Soap, per box 

Canned Goods, per case 

Washing Powders, per case- 
Groceries, per barrel 



Rate 



0.04 

.20 

.40 

.40 

.50 

.20 

.35 

2.50 

2.50 

2.00 

1.50 

1.25 

.10 

1.50 

1.25 

3.00 
.35 



.35 
.35 
.35 
2.50 
2.00 
.20 
.20 
.15 
.15 
.20 
.45 



Minimum charge on any shipment, 15 cents. 



STEAMBOAT COMPANIES 



155 



FAIRFIELD AND ELIZABETH CITY TRANSPORTATION COMPANY— Continued. 

Local Rates Between Elizabeth City, N. C, and East Lake and Gum Neck, N. C. 

CLASS RATES. 

In Cents Per 100 Pounds. 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


F 


H 


35 


30 


25 


20 


15 


10 


10 


10 


10 


10 


12 


20 


20 



SPECIAL COMMODITIES. 



Articles 



Rate 



Grain, per bushel 

Eggs, per crate... 

Pork, dressed, per 100 pounds 
Beef, dressed, per 100 pounds. 
Poultry, live, per 100 pounds- 
Hides, green, per 100 pounds- 
Hides, dry, per 100 pounds 

Hay, per ton 

Honey, per tin 50 pounds 

Top Buggies, S. U 

Open Buggies, S. U 

Buggies, K. D — 

Carts, Farm, each 

Meal and Hominy, per bag... 

Guano, L. C. L., per ton 

Guano, C. L., per ton. 

Live Stock, viz.: 

Horses, each 

Cattle, per 100 pounds 

Calves, each 

Yearlings, each. 

Sheep and Goats, each 

Hogs, live, per 100 pounds.. 

Brick, per 1,000 

Lumber, per 1,000 feet 

Potatoes, per barrel 

Cabbage, per barrel 

Soap, per box 

Canned Goods, per case. 

Washing Powder, per case 

Groceries, per barrel 



0.04 

.20 

.30 

.30 

.45 

.20 

.35 

2.50 

.20 

2.50 

2.00 

1.50 

1.25 



1.50 
1.25 

3.00 
.30 
.75 

1.00 
.30 
.30 

2.50 

2.00 
.20 
.20 
.15 
.15 
.20 
.40 



Minimum charge on any shipment, 15 cents. 
*To East Lake, 7 cents. 



156 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



HARPER'S STEAMBOAT LINE. 

Between Wilmington and Southport. 



Articles 



Brick, per 1,000 

Cement, per barrel 

Dry Goods, Shoes, and Notions, per 100 pounds. 

Fish, fresh, per 100 pounds 

Fish, salt, per 100 pounds 

Glass and Crockeryware, per 100 pounds 

Groceries, Hay, and Grain, per 100 pounds 

Household Goods, crated, per 100 pounds. 

Laths, per 1,000 

Lime, per barrel— 

Lumber, per 1,000 feet 

Meats, fresh, per 103 pounds 

Money, $100.00 and under 

Shingles, per 1,000 

No package under 



Rate 



2.50 
.30 
.20 
.20 
.15 
.25 
.10 
.20 
.50 
.20 

2.00 
.20 
.25 
.75 
.10 



MERCHANTS AND FARMERS STEAMBOAT COMPANY. 

Freight Rates from Wharf, Wilmington and Fayetteville, to Cape Fear River Landings. 



Articles 



Apples, per barrel 

Axes, per box 

Bacon, per 100 pounds, sacked 
Bacon, per 100 pounds, boxes. 

Bedsteads 

Bedsprings . 

Beans, per bag 

Bureaus, without glass 

Bureaus, with glass. _ 

Brick, per 1,000. 

Buggies, open 

Buggies, top 

Butter, per tub 

Butter, per tub, small 

Candy, per pail 

Candy, per box 

Candy, per barrel 

Canned Goods, per case 

Cakes, per box 

Cattle, 700 pounds and over .. 

Cattle, 500 pounds or less 

Cheese, per box 

Chickens, small, per head 

Chickens, grown, per head 

Cotton-seed Meal, per ton 

Cotton-seed Meal, per sack 

Coffee, per sack '_ 

Corn, per sack 2 bushels 

Corn, per sack 1\ bushels 

Cocoanuts, per sack 

Chairs, each 



Rate 



0.35 

.15 

.20 

.15 

.40 

.30 

.25 

.50 

.75 

2.50 

1.25 

1.50 

.25 

.15 

.20 

.15 

.40 

.12 

.15 

1.50 

1.00 

.15 

-on 

.02 
1.65 
.10 
.25 
.10 
.12 
.25 
.05 



STEAMBOAT COMPANIES 
MERCHANTS AND FARMERS STEAMBOAT COMPANY— Continued. 



157 



Articles 



Chairs, each, rocking . 

Cotton Seed, per ton 

Cotton, per bale 

Cotton Ties, per bundle 

Dry Goods, boxed, per 100 pounds 

Doors, each 

Doors, each, glass 

Drugs, per box 

Drugs, per box over 100 pounds, per 100 pounds. 

Eggs, per crate 

Eggs, loose, in box, per dozen 

Fish, per barrel 

Flour, per barrel 

Flour, per barrel, in sacks, burlaped.. 

Flour, per barrel, in sacks 

Fertilizer, per ton ',.. 

Geese, per head 

Garden Seed, per box 

Guano Distributors 

Hardware, in boxes, per 100 pounds 

Hardware, in boxes 

Hats, in boxes, per 100 pounds.. 

Hay, per bale, 100 pounds. 

Hay, per ton 

Harrows 

Horses, per head.. 

Hoes, Rakes, etc., per dozen 

Hoop Iron, per bundle 

Horse Collars, per bundle 

Jute Bagging, per roll 

Lime, per barrel 

Lumber, per 1,000 feet. 

Loaded Shells, per box 

Lemons, per box 

Meal, per sack.. 

Molasses, per barrel 

Mattresses, each _. 

Matting, per roll 

M. T. Spirits, casks 

M. T. Tar, casks 1 

M. T. Pine Tar, barrels 

Mules, per head 

Nails, per keg. 

Notions, in boxes, per 100 pounds 

Nuts, per box 

Nuts, per sack 

Oats, per sack 

Oil, per barrel 

Plows, each 

Pork Hogs, each 

Pork, per barrel 

Pumps, complete, pipe and point.. 

Potatoes, per sack 

Peas, per sack 

Paint, cans 

Paint, kegs 

Paper Bags, per bundle... 

Rosin, per barrel 



Rate 



SO. 10 to .15 

1.65 
.75 
.05 
.50 
.10 . 
.25 
.25 
.25 
.25 
.01 
.15 
.20 
.20 
.25 

1.65 
.05 
.15 
.15 
.20 
.15 
.70 
.10 

1.65 
.25 

2.50 
.25 
.10 
.15 
.10 
.20 

2.50 
.25 
.15 
.10 
.75 
.25 
.25 
.10 
.10 
.07 

2.50 
.10 
.70 
.15 
.25 
.15 
.60 
.10 
.15 
.40 
.25 
.10 
.10 
.10 
.15 
.10 
.20 



158 



N. C CORPORATION COMMISSION 
MERCHANTS AND FARMERS STEAMBOAT COMPANY— Continued. 



Articles 



Rate 



Rosin, large barrel 

Rice, per sack 

Rope, per coil 

Soda, per keg.. 

Soda, per box. 

Salt, per bag 100 pounds 

Salt, per ton. 

Salt, per 200-pound sacks 

Sewing Machines, each 

Sheep, per head 

Spirits Turpentine, per cask 

Smoking Tobacco, per package 

Snuff, half gross boxes, crated 

Snuff, single box 

Stoves, Cooking 

Stoves, Heating 

Sugar, in barrels, per barrel 

Sugar, in sacks 

Shingles, delivered to boat guards: 

5 in., per 1,000 

4 in., per 1,000. 

6 in., per 1,000... 

Sash, large, per 100 pounds 

Sash, small, per package 

Tar, in casks 

Tar, in pine barrels 

Tobacco, in boxes, per box 

Tobacco, in caddies, per caddy 

Tobacco, in caddies, crated, per caddy- 
Turkeys, per head 

Turpentine, crude, per barrel 

Tombstones, small 

Tombstones, large, per 100 pounds 

Turnips, per bag 

Vinegar, per barrel 

Vinegar, per half -barrel 

Wheat Bran, per sack 

Wire, barbed, per bundle. 

Wire, fence, per roll 

Wagons, one-horse, knocked down 

Wagons, two-horse, knocked down 



0.25 
.15 
.10 
.15 
.10 
.10 

1.85 
.20 
.50 
.20 
.50 
.10 
.05 
.10 
.50 
.25 
.40 
.15 

.62* 
.50 
.75 
.35 
.25 
.35 
.20 
.10 
.10 
.05 
.05 
.20 
.50 
.50 
.15 
.40 
.25 
.10 
.15 
.15 
1.25 
1.50 



Sugar, from Wilmington to Fayetteville, in barrels, per 100 pounds, 10 cents. 
Sugar, from Wilmington to Fayetteville, in sacks, per 100 pounds, 10 cents. 
Molasses, from Wilmington to Fayetteville, per barrel, 60 cents. 
No package or box less than 5 cents. Minimum charge on any shipment, 15 cents. 



STEAMBOAT COMPANIES 



159 



NORTH RIVER LINE. 

TABLE OF CLASS RATES. 



Between 
Elizabeth City, N. 
and — 



In Cents Per 100 Pounds 



In 

Cents 

Per 
Barrel 



Newbegun Creek Landings 

♦Brothers Wharf, N. C 

*C. Sawyers Wharf , N. C 

♦County Wharf, N. C._ 

♦Farmers Wharf, N. C 

♦Jennings Wharf, N. C... 

♦Meads Pier, N. C __ 

♦Murdens Landing, N. C 

♦Newbegun Creek, N. C 

♦Scotts Wharf, N. C 

♦Toxeys Landing, N. C 

♦Weeksville, N. C 

♦Old Trap, N. C 

fShiloh, N. C 



20 



12 



10 



15 



North River and Albemarle 
Sound Landings. 

♦Barnetts Creek, N. C.._. 

♦Brinson Landing, N. C 

♦Coinjock, N. C 

♦Gallops Landing, N. C 

♦Halls Harbor, N. C 

♦Hog Quarter, N. C 

♦|Jarvisburg, N. C._ 

♦Kitty Hawk, N. C 

♦Mauds, N. C .. 

♦Newberns Landing, N. C 

♦Owens Pier, N. C 

♦Paul Gammills HiU, N. C 

♦Point Harbor, N. C 

♦Powells Point, N. C 

♦Riddle, N. C 

♦Weavers Mill, N. C 



30 



25 



20 



10 



20 



10 



15 



♦Wharfage charges in addition. 

fNo wharfage charges at Jarvisburg, N. C, on southbound shipments. Wharfage charges are 
applicable only on northbound shipments. 

JRates include wharfage charges. Minimum charge, 15 cents. 

The above rates do not include wharfage charges, except where specifically shown. 



160 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



NORTH RIVER LINE— Continued. 

COMMODITY RATES. 

In cents per 100 pounds, unless otherwise specified. 



Commodity 






S3 

OH 
d a 

is 



o 3 o 

3 g£ 



Barrels, empty oil, each 

Barrels, empty truck, each 

Brick, per 1,000 brick 

Buggies, top, each 

Buggies, open, each 

Carts, each 

Cart Wheels, per pair, with Axles 

Cattle, full grown... 

Cattle, yearlings 

Cattle, calves 

Coal, per ton 2,000 pounds 

Cotton, per bale 

Cotton Seed, per ton 2,000 pounds 

Cotton, in seed. 

Cotton-seed Meal and Hulls, per ton 2,000 pounds 

Eggs, per crate. 

Fertilizers, per ton 2,000 pounds 

Fish, fresh, per flour barrel 

Fish, fresh, per sugar barrel 

Fish, fresh, in boxes or half-boxes (see Note 1, below). 

Flour, per barrel or bag 

Fruits and Vegetables, per barrel— 

Furniture, new or old.. 

Grain, per bushel 

Hay, per ton 2,000 pounds.. 

Horses and Mules, each 

Ice, packed, per ton 2,000 pounds 

Ice, loose, per ton 2,000 pounds 



10 

2 

250 

150 

150 

75 



100 
45 
75 



100 



75 



10 

10 

30 

2 

100 



10 
2 
300 
150 
125 
100 



140 
85 
50 

140 

75 



100 



100 
50 
50 
40 
10 
15 
25 

200 
200 

100 



10 
2 
300 
150 
125 
100 

50 
150 
100 

60 
150 

45 
100 

10 

15 
100 
55 
65 
48 
10 
15 
35 



150 
100 



STEAMBOAT COMPANIES 



161 



NORTH RIVER LINE— Continued. 

COMMODITY RATES— Con tintted. 
In cents per 100 pounds, unless otherwise specified. 



Commodity 



Laths, per 1,000- 

Lime, per barrel... 

Lumber, per 1,000 feet 

Molasses, per barrel 

Oil, per barrel 

Oranges and Lemons, per box 

Pork, salted, per barrel 

Pork and Beef, fresh 

Rafting Gear 

Salt, per bag 

Shingles, per 1,000. 

Soda, bottled, per crate 

Soda, bottled, per barrel 

Soda Crates, empty, each. 

Sugar, per bag 

Sugar, per barrel. 

Tar, per barrel— 

Vinegar, per barrel 

Wagons, Farm, knocked down, single, each.. 
Wagons, Farm, knocked down, double, each. 
Wire, Fence 



s« 




.as 




T3 <3 

go 




"-J-3 




M o 






o 


u o3 




OH 


fc 


d d 




p.r* 


a 


ted 


03 


05 05 


u 


■s a 


H 


P 03 
05*7 


O 



40 

10 

100 

40 
30 
10 
25 
20 
10 
5 
40 
10 
20 
10 
25 



S 05 

£< B 



30 



100 
150 
10 



*Rates include wharfage charges. Minimum charge, 15 cents. 

The above rates do not include wharfage charges, except where specifically shown in connection 
with landings as named in Table of Class Rates. 

Note. — Must be charged for on basis of gross weight, except that fresh or frozen fish shipped with 
ice, which is necessary for its preservation, must be charged for on basis of the net weight of the fish, 
plus twenty-five per cent (25%), unless actual gross weight is less at time of shipment. 



Part I. — Corp. Com., 1915. — 11 



162 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



SALMON CREEK LINE. 

CLASS RATES. 



Between 

Edenton, N. C, 

and— 


In Cents Per 100 Pounds 


In 
Cents 

Per 
Barrel 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


H 


K 


F 


Salmon Creek Landings. 
Avoca, N. C. . 


30 


25 


20 


18 


15 


12 


12 


12 


10 


8 


15 


15 


8 




Willis, N. C 




Mill Landing, N. C. 




Todds Landing, N. C 

Lawrence Landing, N. C • 

Freemans Landing, N. C 

Elmwood, N. C 

Star Landing, N. C 

Cashoke Creek, N. C— '. 


16 







COMMODITY RATES. 



Commodity- 



Brick, per 1,000. 

Buggies, with tops, each 

Buggies, without tops, each 

Canoes, each . 

Cotton, per bale 

Cotton-seed Meal and Hulls, C. L. minimum 20,000 pounds, per ton 2,000 pounds. 

Cotton Seed, C. L., per ton 2,000 pounds __ 

Fertilizer, C. L., per ton 2,000 pounds 

Fish, fresh, per box, not exceeding 12x22x38 inches 

Same, per half-box, not exceeding 12x21x23 inches 

Herrings, North Carolina, per barrel... 

S ame , per half -b arrel _ 

Same, per quarter-barrel 

Horses, released, each 

Ice, per ton 2,000 pounds 

Laths, per 1,000. 

Lumber, per 1,000 feet .. 

Melons, each 

Molasses, owner's risk, per barrel 

Oil, Coal, owner's risk, per barrel 

Oysters, per barrel _ 

Rosin, per barrel 

Salt, C. L., per ton 2,000 pounds 

Shingles, per 1,000 

Sugar, per barrel 

Tar, per barrel. 

Vegetables and Fruits, per barrel.'. i 

Same, per half-barrel r - 

Same, per bushel. 

Wagons, one-horse, each •_ 

Wagons, two-horse, each 



Rate 



2.50 

1.50 

1.00 

.50 

.50 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

.50 

.30 

.15 

.10 

.07 

2.00 

1.00 

.50 

2.00 

.02 

.40 

.35 

.25 

.20 

1.00 

.50 

.25 

.20 

.15 

.10 

.07 

1.00 

1.50 



STEAMBOAT COMPANIES 



163 



TAR RIVER LINE. 

Local Tariff Between Tarboro and Washington, N. C, and Intermediate Landings. 

CLASS RATES. 



1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


F 


H 


20 


18 


16 


14 


12 


10 


8 


10 


10 


8 


12 


15 


12 



COMMODITIES. 



Articles 



Apples, per barrel - 

Beer and Soda, per crate 

Beer and Soda, per barrel . 

Brick, per 1,000- 

Bagging, cotton, per 100 pounds . 

Barrels, Flour and Truck, each 

Barrels, Whiskey, Vinegar, Oil, each... 

Boats and Canoes, common, each 

Bran, per ton ._■ 

Cement, per ton.. 

Cotton, per bale 

Cotton Ties, per bundle 

Cotton Seed, per ton 

Cotton-seed Meal, per ton 

Cotton-seed Hulls, per ton 

Coal, per ton.. 

Corn, per bushel . . 

Crates, Beer, Soda, Egg, each... 

Eggs, per crate 

Fish, salt, per barrel 

Fish, iced, half-box, 25 cents; per box... 

Fertilizers, per ton 

Furniture, fine, per 100 pounds 

Flour, C. L., per barrel, 15 cents; L. C. L., per barrel 

Gunpowder, per keg 

Hay, compressed, per bale 

Hay, compressed (C. L., 20 per cent less), per ton. 

Hominy, per bushel 

Household Goods and Old Furniture, released, per 100 pounds 

Ice, per 100 pounds. 

Laths, per 1,000^... 

Lumber, per 1,000 feet i... 

Lime, building, per barrel 

Lime, Agricultural, slaked, per ton 

Lime, Agricultural, unslaked, per ton 

Lime, Agricultural, hydrated, per ton 

Live Stock, Cattle, each 

Live Stock, Hogs and Sheep, each. 

Meat, Bacon, bulk, per 100 pounds, 20 cents; boxed, per 100 pounds 

Meal, Corn, per bushel 

Machines, Sewing, each 

Molasses, per barrel 

Nails, per keg 

Oysters, per barrel, 15 cents; per bushel 

Oats, per bushel 

Oil, per barrel 



Rate 



$ 


0.25 




.25 




.50 




2.00 




.10 




.05 




.10 




.50 




1.00 




1.00 




.50 




.05 




1.20 




1.20 




1.20 




1.00 




.05 




.10 




.25 




.25 




.50 




1.20 




.40 




.20 




.25 




.10 




1.50 




.05 




.20 




.15 




.50 




3.00 




.15 




.80 




1.00 




1.00 




1.00 




.50 




.10 




.05 




.25 




.40 




.10 




.05 




.05 




.25 



164 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



TAR RIVER LINE— Continued. 
COMMODITIES. 



Articles 



Potatoes, per barrel 

Peas, per bushel 

Peanuts, per bag 

Rafting Gear and Poles, per 100 pounds 
Rosin, Tar and Turpentine, per barrel. . 

Shingles, 4 and 5 inches, per 1,000 

Shingles, 6 inches, per 1,000.. 

Shingles, 7 inches, per 1,000 

Salt, common, per ton 

Stoves and Hardware, per 100 pounds.. 

Sugar, per barrel— 

Vinegar, per barrel 

Vehicles, Buggies, S. U., each 

Vehicles, Carts, S. U., each 

Vehicles, Wagons, S. U., each 

Wood, Cord 



Rate 



0.15 
.05 
.10 
.10 
.25 
.35 
.40 
.50 

1.50 
.25 
.25 
.25 

1.00 
.50 

1.00 

1.00 



Minimum charge on a single shipment, 15 cents. 



WANCHESE LINE. 

Local Freight Tariff Between Elizabeth City, N. C, and Burnside, N. C, Manns Harbor, N. C. 

Wanchese, N. C. 



Between 

Elizabeth City, N. C, 

and — 


Classes 
Rates in Cents Per 100 Pounds 


In 
Cents 

Per 
Barrel 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


H 


K 


F 


Burnside, N. C ..) 






























Manns Harbor, N. C >■ 


30 


25 


20 


18 


15 


12 


12 


12 


10 


10 


12 


20 


10 


15 


Wanchese, N. C J 































COMMODITY RATES. 



Articles 



Barrels, Oil, empty, each 

Barrels, Truck, empty, each 

Brick, per 1,000. 

Buggies, Top, each _ 

Buggies, Open, each 

Carts, each 

Coal, in bags, per ton 2,000 pounds 

Canned Goods, per case 

Doors, each 

Door Frames, each 

Fish, Fresh (see rates on Fish). 
Fertilizer, in bags, per ton 2,000 pounds. 



Rate 



0.10 

.02 

2.50 

1.50 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

.08 

.10 

.15 

1.00 



STEAMBOAT COMPANIES 



165 



WANCHESE LINE— Continued. 
COMMODITY RATES— Continued. 



Articles 



Flour, per barrel or bag. . 

Fruits and Vegetables, per crate or barrel 

Grain and Meal, per 100 pounds. 

Hay, per ton 2,000 pounds 

Ice, per ton 2,000 pounds.. 

Ice, per bag of 200 pounds. 

Laths, per 1,000.. 

Lumber, per 1,000 feet 

Lime, per barrel 

Molasses, per barrel 

Oranges and Lemons, per box 

Oil, per barrel. 

Pork, per barrel 

Pianos, each 

Salt, per bag 

Sewing Machines, each 

Sugar, per bag 

Sugar, per barrel— 

Soda Water, bottled, per crate 

Soda Water, bottled, per barrel 

Shingles, per 1,000 

Tar, per barrel.. 



Rate 



0.15 
.15 
.08 

2.00 

1.00 
.15 
.50 

2.00 
.15 
.50 
.15 
.30 
.25 

2.50 
.08 
.25 
.15 
.25 
.15 
.25 
.50 
.50 



Local Freight Tariff Between Elizabeth City, N. C, and Stumpy Point, N. C, Englehard, N. C, 
Buxton, N. C, and Hatteras, N. C. 



Between 

Elizabeth City, N. C, 

and — 


Classes 
Rates in Cents Per 100 Pounds 


In 
Cents 

Per 
Barrel 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


H 


K 


F 


Stumpy Point, N. C ] 

Buxton, N. C __l 

Hatteras, N. C [ 

Englehard, N. C 


35 


30 


25 


20 


15 


12 


12 


12 


10 


10 


12 


20 


10 


20 







COMMODITY RATES. 



Articles 


Rate 


Barrels, Oil, empty, each 


$ 0.10 


Barrels, Truck, empty, each.. 


.02 


Brick, per 1,000 


3.00 


Coal, in bags, per ton 2,000 pounds... 


1.50 


Doors, each 


.10 


Fertilizer, in bags, per ton 2,000 pounds 


1.50 


Fish, Fresh (see rates on Fish). 

Flour, per barrel or bag 


.20 


Fruits and Vegetables, per crate or barrel. 


.25 


Hay, per ton 2,000 pounds 


2.50 


Ice, per ton 2,000 pounds 


1.50 



166 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



WANCHESE LINE— Continued. 

COMMODITY RATES— Continued. 



Ai tides 



Ice, per bag 200 pounds 

Laths, per 1,000 

Lumber, per 1,000 feet 

Lime, per barrel _. 

Molasses, per barrel 

Oranges and Lemons, per box 

Oil, per barrel 

Pork, per barrel _ 

Pianos, each 

Salt, per bag 

Sewing Machines, each 

Sugar, per bag 

Sugar, per barrel 

Soda Water, bottled, per crate 

Soda Water, bottled, per barrel 

Soda Crates, empty, returned, each 

Shingles, per 1,000 

Tar, per barrel 



Rate 



0.20 
.60 

2.50 
.20 
.60 
.20 
.40 
.30 

3.00 
.10 
.35 
.20 
.35 
.20 
.30 
.10 



RATES ON FRESH FISH, PER PACKAGE. 



Between 

Elizabeth City, N. C, 

and — 


Per 
*Box or 
*Barrel 

(See Note) 


Per 

tHalf- 

Box 

(See Note) 


Per 

JQuarter- 

Box 

(See Note) 


Buxton, N. C 


105 
105 
105 
96 
90 

50 


60 
60 
60 
54 
51 

30 


36 


Englehard, N. C. 


36 




36 


Rodmans, N. C 


33 


Stumpy Point, N. C 


30 


Wanchese, N. C... 1 

Burnside, N. C I 

Manns Harbor, N. C... J 


18 



WHARFAGE CHARGE ADDITIONAL 

as follows: 

Note. — Per box or barrel, 4 cents each. Per half- or quarter-box, 2 cents each. 
When containers and ice are furnished by carrier the charge will be as follows: 
Per box, $1.00 each. Per half-box, 60 cents each. Per quarter-box, 40 cents each. 



•Barrel or box, weight 350 pounds. 
tHalf-box, weight 200 pounds. 
JQuarter-box, weight 100 pounds. 



MILEAGE TABLE. 



FOR CONVENIENCE IN CALCULATING RATES. 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD. 



WILMINGTON TO SANFORD. 

Wilmington. 

Richards 9 

Montague. 16 

Currie 19 

Atkinson 25 

Ivanhoe 32 

Kerr 37 

Tomahawk.. 41 

Garland 47 

Parkersburg 52 

Mintz 58 

Roseboro 61 

Autryville 69 

Steadman 72 

Vander 77 

Fayetteville 84 

Lakewood 89 

Manchester... 95 

Spout Springs.. 102 

Swann 111 

Jonesboro 116 

Sanford... 119 

FAYETTEVILLE TO BENNETTS- 
VILLE, S. C. 

Fayetteville 

Hope Mills 7 

McMillan 10 

Parkton 13 

McNatts 15 

Grahams 17 

Lumber Bridge.. 18 

Kefauvers .._. 21 

McLeods 21 

Todys— _ 22 

Shannon 22 

Pearsall's 24 

Red Springs 26 

Wakulla 30 

Alford's 34 

Floral College ■_ 34 

Maxton 37 

Paterson's 39 

Cameron's 40 

Johns 43 

Hasty 46 

Bennettsville, S. C. 58 

WADESBORO TO FLORENCE, 
S. C. 

Wadesboro 

Bennett 7 

Morven 10 



McFarlan 14 

Florence, S. C 65 

14.32 miles in North Carolina. 

WARSAW TO CLINTON. 

Warsaw 

Pierce's Siding 2 

Baltic 3 

Hawkhurst 5 

Turkey 6 

Summit 7 

Moltonville 9 

Milo 10 

Clinton 13 

ELROD TO CONWAY, S. C. 

Elrod 

Raynham 4 

McDonald 6 

Fairmont 11 

Proctorville 16 

Orrum 18 

Boaidman 21 

Evergreen 24 

Chadbourn. 32 

Clarendon. 41 

Mount Tabor 1 45 

Loris 52 

Sanford 56 

Bayboro. 59 

Conway, S. C. 71 

PENDER TO KINSTON. 

Pender 

Tillery 8 

Spring Hill 12 

Scotland Neck... 18 

Hobgood. 25 

Oak City 32 

Hassell 37 

Parmele. 43 

House... 54 

Greenville.. 58 

Winterville 63 

Ayden 67 

Grifton 74 

Grainger.. 80 

Kinston 86 

GOLDSBORO TO SMITHFIELD. 

Goldsboro 

Walter 5 

Smiths. 7 



Whitley 9 

Joyner 11 

Holts. 12 

Oliver 17 

Smithfield 23 

ROCKY MOUNT TO SPRING 
HOPE. 

Rocky Mount— 

Winstead ,_ 3 

Kenneday 4 

Westrys 6 

Fonda 7 

Nashville 10 

Emerys 11 

Dunola 15 

Momeyer 15 

Spring Hope 19 

WILMINGTON TO NEW BERN. 

Wilmington 

Fernside. 3 

Scott's Hill 13 

Woodside 23 

Holly Ridge 30 

Folkstone 35 

Dixon 39 

Verona 1 44 

Jacksonville 50 

Northeast 55 

Deppe 61 

Maysville 66 

Pollocksvilie. 74 

Debruhls- 80 

New Bern 87 

ROCKY MOUNT TO 
PINNERS POINT, VA. 

Rocky Mount 

Lucas 5 

Kingsboro 8 

Heartsease 9 

Knitting Mill 15 

Tarboro 16 

Moore's Crossing 19 

Speed 23 

Hobgood 28 

Palmyra 32 

Norfleet 37 

Kelford. 42 

Aulander 49 

Early.. 54 

Camps 55 

Ahoskie 58 



168 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD— Continued. 



Duke Hall. 61 

Cofield... . 64 

South Tunis 65 

Tunis. 66 

Eure 70 

Green 73 

Sarem— . 75 

Gates 77 

Drum Hill 81 

Pinners Point 116 

TARBORO TO PLYMOUTH. 

Tarboro 

Mildred 5 

Conetoe 8 

Dawson... 8 

James Siding 9 

Bethel 13 

Gardner 14 

Parmele 16 

Robersonville 20 

Everett.. 24 

Williamston 31 

Sand Pit 34 

Hardisons 34 

Jamesville 42 

Darden 48 

Plymouth 53 

PARMELE TO WASHINGTON. 

Parmele 

Whicards 9 

Pactolus 14 

Wharton.. 20 

Washington 25 

WILMINGTON TO MARION, S.C. 

Wilmington 

Navassa 5 

Leland 8 

Malmo 11 

Farmers. 14 

Newberlin 19 

Freeman 22 

Byrdville 24 

Bolton 29 

Wananish 35 

Lake Waccamaw 36 



Artesia. 39 

Hallsboro 41 

Whiteville. 47 

Pine Log 49 

Fruit Ridge 50 

Peacocks 52 

Chadbourn.. 53 

Grist 55 

Cerro Gordo. 60 

Williamson & Brown's 61 

Fair Bluff. 66 

Marion 89 

CRONLY BRANCH. 

Newberlin 

Cronly 2 

CONTENTNEA, FAYETTEVILLE 
AND CHARLESTON, S. C. 

Contentnea 

Lucama 5 

Aycock 7 

Boyette 10 

Kenly 12 

Bagley 15 

Micro 17 

Selma— 22 

Smithfield 25 

Walker.. 29 

Four Oaks. 32 

Benson 40 

Mingo. 42 

Dunn 47 

Olive 53 

Godwin.. 54 

Wade- 59 

Beard... 64 

Luray 65 

Fayetteville 70 

Hope Mills 77 

McMillan 80 

Parkton 83 

Blanchard 86 

Rex 87 

Gilmore 88 

Rennert 91 

Cromartie. 95 

Buie 97 



Pembroke 102 

Elrod. 107 

Purvis 110 

Rowland 113 

Charleston 255 

WELDON TO WILMINGTON. 

Weldon 

Halifax.... 8 

Pender 9 

Ruggles » 11 

Enfield 19 

Whitakers 25 

Battleboro 29 

Rocky Mount 37 

Sharpsburg 42 

Elm City 47 

Wilson 53 

Contentnea 57 

Black Creek 60 

Fremont 66 

Pikeville 69 

Goldsboro 77 

Dudley- 86 

Mount Olive 92 

Calypso 95 

Faison— 98 

Bowden 102 

Warsaw. 107 

Magnolia— 114 

Rose Hill.— 119 

Teachey 123 

Wallace 126 

Willard 129 

Watha— 132 

Burgaw. 139 

Ashton 144 

Rocky Point 147 

Castle Hayne... 153 

Gordon— 159 

Wilmington 161 

WELDON TO RICHMOND, VA. 

Weldon 

Garys 3 

Pleasant Hill— 8 

Richmond, Va 83 

7.18 miles in North Carolina. 



MILEAGE TABLE 



169 



NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 



GOLDSBORO TO BEAUFORT. 

Goldsboro 

Millers* 5 

Spring Bank 7 

Uzzell*.. 8 

Bests — 9 

LaGrange 13 

Fields* 17 

Falling Creek 19 

Utility Siding* 25 

Hines Junction*. 24 

Kinston 26 

Caswell 30 

Riley's Junction* 31 

Waters* 33 

Dill* 34 

Dover 35 

Maxwells* 37 

Pocosin* 39 

Gilbert Siding*.... 41 

Blades Siding* 42 

Cove... 42 

Dean* 45 

Davis Siding* 48 

Tuscarora 48 

Hammers* 50 

Hymans* 50 

Eubank* 51 

Enterprise*.. 52 

Clarks*. ■ 51 

Mills Junction* 52 

Weatherington*. 52 

Neuse Siding*.. 56 

Oaks* 56 

New Bern... 59 

James City*. 61 

Thurman* 64 

Barr* 65 

Meachams 65 

Conners Siding* 67 

Riverdale 67 

Pine Lumber Co.*— 70 

Croatan 70 

Havelock 76 

Green Chapel* 78 

Vernon Siding* 83 

Newport 84 

Wildwood 87 

Harveys* 88 

Mansfield 90 

Camp Glenn*... 92 

Morehead City 94 

Pier No. 1 95 

Beaufort 100 

SUFFOLK, VA., TO EDENTON, 
N. C. 

Suffolk 

Saunders* 7 



Cypress*. 9 

Ashley Siding* 9 

Brinkley* 11 

Corapeake Junction* 13 

Corapeake... 14 

Savage* 18 

Sunbury 21 

Cross* 22 

Wardville. 24 

Beckford*.... 26 

Trotville.. 27 

Hobbsville 29 

Gliden.... 31 

Ryland.... 34 

Icaria* 35 

Centre Hill 38 

Cisco 40 

Mavaton*. 42 

Valhalla.. 44 

Hancock* 47 

N. & S. Junction 51 

Edenton 51 

BERKELEY, VA., TO 
EDENTON, N. C. 

Berkeley 

Providence Junction* 5 

Watkins* 7 

Fentress 12 

Hickory Ground... _ 16 

St. Brides 18 

Northwest 21 

Moyock 24 

Snowden 30 

Shawboro 34 

Gregory* 36 

Belcross 39 

Camden 41 

Elizabeth City 44 

Suffolk Junction*... 47 

Pasquotank* 52 

Okisko 54 

Winfall.. 60 

Hertford. 62 

Anderson* 67 

Edenton.. 74 

EDENTON TO MACKEYS. 

Edenton.. _ _ 

Mackeys— 9 

MACKEYS TO BELHAVEN. 

Mackeys 

Roper 4 

Maple* 13 

Fairfield Junction* 15 

16-Mile-Siding* 16 

Wenona* 16 



Pike Road* 18 

Juniper* 20 

Bishop Cross* 24 

Pantego 26 

Belhaven 30 

PINETOWN CUT-OFF. 

Bishop Cross* 

Wilkinson* 1 

Terra Cela* 5 

Acre* 8 

Pinetown*. 11 

PINETOWN TO DAVENPORT. 

Pinetown. 

Acres Road* 2 

Davenport* 2 



MACKEYS TO CHOCOWINITY. 

Mackeys 

Swain* 3 

Westover* 5 

Mays* 6 

Plymouth 10 

Plymouth Junction*. 11 

Reno* 14 

Hinsons* 18 

Hoke*.. 21 

Mizzelles* 24 

Pinetown 30 

Walla Watta* 32 

Slatestone*. 34 

Alligoods* 36 

Hall Swamp* 37 

Bunyan*. 39 

River Road* 40 

Hootenton* , 41 

Cleo* 41 

Washington 43 

Chocowinity 47 

CHOCOWINITY TO NEW BERN. 

Chocowinity 

i Frederick* 2 

Knapps* 6 

I Wilmar* 8 

Vanceboro 15 

Burma*. 17 

Ernul 21 

Askin*—. 23 

Bridgeton* 29 

New Bern. 31 

WASHINGTON TO RALEIGH. 

Washington 

Chocowinity 4 

Bryan* 8 



170 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 
NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILROAD— Continued. 



Grimesland 10 

Simpson* 15 

Greenville 21 

Arthur* 30 

Farmville 34 

Fieldsboro 40 

Appie* 43 

Stantonsburg 48 

Evansdale 52 

Wilson. 58 

Simms- 67 

Neverson 68 

Baileys 70 

Middlesex 75 

Zebulon 83 

Wendell 87 

Eagle Rock 90 

Knightdale 95 

Boushall* 101 

Crab* 103 

Edgeton* 104 

Raleigh 107 

MACKEYS TO COLUMBIA. 

Mackeys. 

Blount Siding* 1 

Chesson 3 

Beasley* _. 4 

Basnight Siding* ._ 7 

Scuppernong* 10 

Creswell 13 

Woodley* 16 

Travis __ 18 

Columbia 22 

NEW BERN TO ORIENTAL. 

New Bern 

Bridgeton* 2 

Latham Crossing* 4 

Olympia* 6 

Dixon* 7 

Carolina* 9 

Reelsboro 10 

Blades Junction* 12 

Grant 13 

West Alliance* 14 

East Alliance* 15 

Bayboro 17 

Stonewall 18 

Gibton* 21 

Callison*.... 21 

Ashwood* _. 23 

Nelms Siding*. 24 

Ransom* 24 

Oriental 26 

BECKFORD TO ELIZABETH 
CITY. 

Beckford* 

28-Mile Siding* 2 



Sandy Cross* 3 

Peach* 3 

30-Mile Siding* 4 

31-Mile Siding* 5 

Nicanor 7 

Parkville* 12 

Cherry Glade* 14 

Morgans* 20 

Suffolk Junction* 21 

Elizabeth City 24 

ABERDEEN TO ASHBORO. 



Aberdeen 

Pinehurst 

West End 

Eagle Springs. 

Samarcand 

Candor 

Biscoe 

Star. 

Ether 

Steeds 

Asbury* 

Seagrove. 



....:.. 13 

20 

22 

25 

„ 30 

33 

36 

38 

40 

43 

Michfield* 46 

Dewey*. 48 

Ulah* 51 

Ashboro. 56 

CANDOR TO ELLERBE. 

Candor 

Rubyatt* 5 

Norman 9 

McLeods* 13 

Ellerbe .. 18 

CARTHAGE TO PINEHURST. 

Carthage 

Blues Crossing* 4 

Eastwood* 6 

Pinehurst. 13 

WEST END TO JACKSON 
SPRINGS. 



West End 

Jackson Springs. 



VARINA TO FAYETTEVILLE. 

Varina-.- 

Fuquay Springs 1 

Rawles* 4 

Spences* 5 

Chalybeate* 7 

Kipling 9 

Cape Fear* 13 

Lillington 15 

Harnett* 19 

Bunlevel* 22 

Fpnville* 23 



Linden 26 

Carlos* 29 

Lane* _. 31 

Slocomb* 33 

Tokay* 40 

A. C. L. Junction* 43 

Fayetteville 44 

RALEIGH TO COLON. 

Raleigh. 

Caraleigh* 2 

Sylvaola* 4 

Barnes* 6 

Hobby*. 9 

McCullers 10 

Banks* 11 

Willow Springs 15 

Cairo 17 

Cardenas* 18 

Varina 19 

Duncan 24 

Nooe's* 26 

Corinth* 32 

Brickhaven* 34 

Rosser*. 38 

Colon.... 42 

COLON TO MOUNT GILEAD. 

Colon 

Cumnock 6 

Gulf 9 

Mclvers*. 11 

Carbonton.. 14 

Haw Branch* 17 

Glendon 19 

Putnam* 23 

Hallison 25 

Hemp 30 

Burns* 35 

Spies 36 

Star 42 

Racepath* 46 

Troy.... 50 

Wadeville 58 

Mount Gilead 63 

MOUNT GILEAD TO 
CHARLOTTE. 

Mount Gilead 

Norwood 8 

Aquadale*. 14 

Oakboro 20 

Stanfield* 26 

Midland* 31 

Cabarrus* 34 

Allen*. 37 

Wilgrove* 41 

Ridgeview* 44 

North Charlotte* 50 

Charlotte -- 52 



MILEAGE TABLE 



171 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY. 



WILMINGTON TO RUTHERFORDTON. 




Pee Dee 


... 124 






Cement* 


... 127 


Wilmington 

Phoenix*... 


. 

. 8 


Alexander Lumber Co.* (C. L. only) 

Lilesville 


.... 130 
... 130 


Northwest* 

Piedmont* 


. 15 
. 15 


Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co.* 

Wadesboro 


... 134 
... 135 


Acme 


. 18 


Wadesboro Furniture Co 


... 136 


Armour* 


. 21 




. 138 


Bridgers* (C. L. only) .... 


. 21 


Polkton.. 


. 143 


Jones* (C. L. only) 


. 24 




... 147 


East Arcadia* 


. 26 




... 153 


Councils... 

McMillan*. 


. 34 
. 34 


Wingate 


... 157 
... 163 


McKee* 


. 36 




... 167 


Rosindale* 


. 38 




. 170 


Elkton 


. 40 
. 42 


Hembys* . 

Indian Trail* 


... 171 
... 173 


Abbottsburg... . 


. 46 
. 50 


Stallings* 


... 174 
.... 176 


Wards Cut* 


. 52 




.... 181 


Bladenboro 


. 54 
. 56 


185-Mile Spur* . 


.... 185 
.... 187 


Dorr* (C. L. only) 


. 57 
. 60 


Chadwick* (C. L. only).. 


... 190 
190 


Cottingham* (C. L. only) 


. 61 




.. 191 




. 63 


Thrift* 


194 


Dresden* (C. L. only) 


. 66 

. 67 


Beattie* (C. L. only) 


... 197 


Ermine* (C. L. only) 


. 71 


Mount Holly 

Woodlawn 


... 198 
... 199 


Lowe.. 


. 72 




.. 200 


Moss Neck*... 


. 76 

. 78 


Stanley Creek 


... 205 

... 208 


Pates* 

Red Banks* (C. L. only) 

Sellers*.. 


. 80 

. 82 

. 83 

86 


Iron..:. 

Millers* 

Lincolnton 


... 212 
... 215 

... 218 








... 224 


Maxton. 

McNair* (C. L. only). 


. 88 
. 88 


Cherryville 

Waco 

Stubbs* 

Shelby 

Lawndale Junction* 

Lattimore 

Mooresboro 

EUenboro 


... 229 
... 232 
... 235 
... 240 
... 242 
... 247 
... 251 
... 254 


Southerlands* (C. L. only) 

Covington* 

Waverly* (C. L. only)... 

Scotland Mill* (C. L. only)... 

Dickson* (C. L. only) 

Omohundro*... 


. 91 
. 92 
. 93 
. 94 
. 94 
. 96 
. 97 




98 


Bostic. 


... 260 


Ida Spur* (C. L. only) 


. 99 
. 101 


Forest City 

Eaves* 


... 263 
... 265 


Old Hundred* 


. 104 


Rutherfordton 


... 267 


Joes Creek* 


. 106 






Ideal Siding 


. 109 


ELLENBORO TO CAROLEEN. 






. 110 


EUenboro. 


... 


Hamlet— 


. Ill 


Cliffside Junction 


... 4 




. 114 


Henrietta*... _ 


... 5 


Hannah Pickett* (C. L. only) 


. 115 


Caroleen 


... 8 


Rockingham 


. 116 






Lewarae. 


. 117 






Cordova* (C. L. only) 


. 120 


BLEWETT FALLS SPUR. 




Dockery's Siding* (C. L. only) 

South Atlantic Lumber Co.* 


120 




... 


. 122 


Blewett Falls (C. L. only) 


... 4 



172 



N. C. COKPORATION COMMISSION 
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY— Continued. 



MONROE TO ATLANTA, GA. 

Monroe... 

Houston* 5 

Mineral Springs* 8 

Waxhaw 12 

Atlanta, Ga 272 

RALEIGH TO HAMLET. 

Raleigh. 

A. & M. College Spur* 1 

Electric Siding* 3 

Cary 9 

Apex .- 14 

Jordans* 18 

New Hill 21 

23-Mile Siding*.... 23 

Bonsai 23 

Merry Oaks 25 

Edwards* -— 28 

Moncure 30 

Seawell (C. L. only)* 31 

Olives* 34 

Osgood 36 

Colon 38 

Sanford . 42 

Brownstone Spur* 43 

Stone Quarry* 44 

Lemon Springs 49 

Cameron 54 

Vass 60 

Lake View 61 

Kirby* 64 

Niagara* 65 

Forbes* 65 

Manly* 67 

Southern Pines 68 

Aberdeen 72 

Pine Bluff 75 

Keyser 76 

Drowning Creek Spur* 78 

Hoffman.... 82 

Broadacre* 84 

Tower* 86 

Cognac 89 

Hamlet Yard* 96 

Hamlet 97 

HAMLET TO COLUMBIA, S. C. 

Hamlet 

Osborne 7 

Columbia, S. C 106 

MONCURE TO PITTSBORO. 

Moncure 

Noves Spur* 1 

Womble & Lasiter Spur* 4 

Labracle* 6 

Womble Spur* 7 



Bonsai & Co.*.. 8 

Pittsboro 11 

RALEIGH TO PORTSMOUTH, VA. 

Raleigh 

Millbrook 6 

Neuse 10 

Wyatt* (L. C. L. only).... 13 

Forestville* (L. C. L. only) 16 

Wake Forest 17 

Royal Cotton Mill* (C. L. only) 19 

Youngsville 21 

Franklinton 27 

Lumsden 32 

Kittrell 36 

Gill*— 39 

Henderson 44 

Greystone— 48 

Middleburg 51 

Manson . 54 

Ridgeway 57 

Norlina 59 

Warren Plains.. 61 

Macon 65 

Vaughan. 70 

Littleton 76 

Edwards* (C. L. only) 79 

Summit* 82 

Thelma 83 

Fishel* (C. L. only) 86 

Boiling*. 90 

Roanoke Junction... 92 

Weldon — . 96 

Garys 99 

Gumberry 102 

Seaboard 106 

Eberson 109 

Margaret 112 

Rogers* 113 

Portsmouth 174 

HENDERSON TO DURHAM. 

Henderson 

Watkins* - 7 

Dickerson* 10 

Clay* 13 

Tar River* - 17 

Hester --- 20 

Creedmoor _ 24 

Dove* (C. L. only) 29 

Bennehan* - 29 

Redwood 31 

Burton* 34 

Joyland* 38 

East Durham * 39 

Durham - 41 

DICKERSON TO OXFORD. 

Dickerson — 

Oxford. 5 



MILEAGE TABLE 



173 



SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY— Continued. 



FRANKLINTON TO LOUISBURG. 




BOYKINS, VA., TO LEWISTON. 






._ 


Boykins, Va 


.. 




Drake* (C. L. only). 


1 


Severn. .. 


.. 5 


Mitchiner* 


.. 5 


Pruden* (C. L. only) 


.. 7 


Katesville* 


.. 6 


Montgomery Lumber Co.* (C. L. only) 


.. 8 


Louisburg 


.. 10 


Pendleton* 


.. 8 


ROANOKE RAPIDS BRANCH. 




Conway 

Milwaukee* .. 


.. 11 
.. 13 




.. 


Menlo*. 

Lassiter* (C. L. only) 


15 


Roanoke Rapids 


.. 3 


._ 16 






Potecasi— 


.. 17 


NORLINA TO RICHMOND, VA. 




Woodland— 


.. 19 




.. 


Rich Square 


.. 23 


Wise Granite Co.* (C. L. only) 


.. 2 


RoxobeL 


.. 28 


Wise 


.. 3 


Kelford __._ 


.. 30 


Paschall 


.. 8 


Wimbrow* (C. L. only) 


.. 32 


Richmond, Va 


.. 98 


Lewiston 


.. 35 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



DURHAM TO KEYSVILLE, VA. 

Durham. 

East Durham* 2 

Gorman* 8 

Elerbee*— 10 

Huley* 11 

Cozart*.. 13 

Wilkin* 16 

Lyon 18 

Stem 21 

Providence 27 

Oxford 33 

Lewis. 37 

Gela* 40 

Pitchford* 42 

Stovall 43 

Bullock.. 46 

Keysville, Va 88 

OXFORD TO HENDERSON. 

Oxford 

Horner* 3 

Dabney* 7 

Henderson 14 

GREENSBORO TO GOLDS- 
BORO. 

Greensboro 

McLeansburg* 8 

Gibsonville 15 

Elon College . 17 

Glen Raven 19 

Burlington 21 

Graham 23 

Haw River 26 



Mebane 32 

Efland 37 

Hillsboro 41 

Occoneechee* 42 

Dukesyde* 45 

University 46 

West Durham* 54 

Durham 55 

East Durham* 57 

Bilboa* 60 

Brassfield* 61 

Nelson* 64 

Clegg* 65 

Morrisville 69 

Cary 73 

Method* 78 

Raleigh 81 

Caraleigh 82 

Garner 87 

Auburn 90 

Clayton 96 

Powhatan* 100 

Wilson's Mill 104 

Selma- 109 

Pine Level 112 

Princeton 118 

Whitley* 121 

Rose*. 124 

Asylum* 127 

Goldsboro 130 

UNIVERSITY TO CHAPEL HILL. 

University 

Blackwood* 4 

Chapel Hill 10 



RALEIGH TO CARALEIGH. 

Raleigh 

Caraleigh 3 

GREENSBORO TO NORTH 
WILKESBORO. 

Greensboro 

Terra Cotta*. 4 

Guilford College.. 7 

Friendship* 10 

Colfax* 14 

Kernersville 18 

Winston-Salem 29 

Miller 29 

Alspaugh 32 

Bethania 36 

Rural Hall. 40 

Tobaccoville 46 

Donnaha 51 

Boyden* 53 

Shoal 57 

Hauser 60 

Siloam.. 61 

Rockford 68 

Crutchfield 73 

Burch* 78 

Elkin 84 

Ronda— - 90 

Roaring River 94 

North Wilkesboro 103 

GREENSBORO TO CHARLOTTE. 

Greensboro 

Jamestown- 10 



174 



1ST. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY— Continued. 



High Point 15 

Thomasville 22 

Lake* 28 

Lexington 33 

Linnwood 39 

Spencer . 47 

Salisbury- 49 

Sumner* . 54 

China Grove 59 

Landis 61 

Kannapolis 65 

Glass 66 

Concord 72 

Rocky Ridge 74 

Harrisburg. 80 

Newell.... 86 

North Charlotte 91 

Charlotte 93 

SALISBURY TO NORWOOD. 

Salisbury 

Granite Quarry 5 

Rockwell 10 

Gold Hill.... 15 

Misenheimer Springs* 19 

Richfield.... 21 

New London 24 

Whitney 31 

Albemarle 31 

Porter* 37 

Norwood 41 

HIGH POINT TO ASHBORO. 

High Point 

Trinity " 5 

Fairview* 6 

Glenola*- 9 

Sophia 15 

Randleman.. 19 

Spero* 23 

Ashboro 27 

WINSTON-SALEM TO MOORES- 
VILLE. 

Winston-Salem 

Haneys*. 4 

Atwood* 8 

Clemmons 12 

Advance... 16 

Bixby*.. 19 

Cornatzer* 21 

Mocksville 27 

Cooleemee Mills 34 

Woodleaf 35 

Barber 40 

Bear Poplar* 44 

Mount Ulla 47 

Mazeppa*. 52 

Mooresville 55 



GREENSBORO TO MOUNT 
AIRY. 

Greensboro 

Battleground* 6 

Summerfield 12 

Stokesdale 18 

Robinson's Siding 22 

B. & R. Siding*. 23 

Belew Creek 23 

Strader 24 

Hairston* 26 

Mitchell*.. 27 

Walnut Cove 29 

Germanton 35 

Rural Hall __ 40 

King 44 

Dalton 47 

Pinnacle 50 

Pilot Mountain 55 

Ararat 61 

Mount Airy 69 

GREENSBORO TO SANFORD. 

Greensboro 

Kirkpatrick Siding* 3 

Vandalia*— 4 

Pleasant Garden*. 8 

Climax. 13 

Julian 16 

Liberty 23 

Staley 28 

SilerCity 35 

Ore Hill. 40 

Bonlee*. 41 

Bear Creek 44 

Goldston 48 

Gulf 51 

Cumnock— 54 

Sanford 62 

STOKESDALE TO MADISON. 

Stokesdale 

Rocky Springs* 5 

Ellisboro* 8 

Madison 12 

CLIMAX TO RAMSEUR. 

Climax 

Red Cross* 3 

Lineberry* 5 

Pughes 6 

Millboro 10 

Cedar Falls Factory* 13 

Cedar Falls 14 

Franklinville ., 16 

Island Ford* 17 

Ramseur 19 



SALISBURY TO PAINT ROCK. 

Salisbury 

Majolica* _ 5 

Kincaid* _ 8 

Barber H 

Cleveland 13 

Elmwood 18 

Statesville— 26 

Eufola 33 

Catawba 38 

Claremont 43 

Newton. 48 

Conover 50 

Hickory 58 

Hildebran 62 

Connelly Springs 68 

Valdese 72 

Drexel 74 

Morganton 79 

Calvin*... 82 

Glen Alpine 85 

Bridgewater 89 

Nebo 94 

Marion 100 

Greenlee* 105 

Eberman* 107 

Old Fort.. Ill 

Collins* 113 

Dendron* 115 

Round Knob* 116 

Graphiteville* 118 

Mud Cut*.. 119 

Ridgecrest 123 

Black Mountain 125 

Swannanoa 130 

Azalea— 134 

Biltmore 139 

Asheville 141 

Montford*— 144 

Craggy 146 

Olivette* 148 

Alexander. 153 

Ivy Bridge* 161 

Rollins* 162 

Marshall 163 

Barnard 171 

Stewart*... 173 

Sandy Bottom*. 173 

Stackhouse* 175 

Runion 175 

Hot Springs 179 

Buquo 180 

Paint Rock... 184 



CHARLOTTE TO TAYLORS- 
VILLE. 

Charlotte 

Derita* 5 

Croft* 10 



MILEAGE TABLE 



175 



SOUTHERN RAILWAY— Continued. 



Huntersville 


15 


Marble 


114 


ASHEVILLE AND CRAGGY 


Caldwell 


18 


Valleytown* 


116 


MOUNTAIN. 




Cornelius 


20 


Maltby* 


116 


Craggy 





Davidson .. 


22 
25 
28 
32 


Tomotla* 

Regal* _' 

Murphy 


118 
120 
124 


Elk Mountain* 


1 


Mount Mourne 


New Bridge 


9 


Mooresville 


Burnsville Road 


9 


Shepherd* 






Oswalt* .... 

Troutman 


36 
38 


BUSHNELL TO FONTANA. 


ASHEVILLE SOUTHERN. 




Barium Springs* 


40 


Bushnell 





Craggy 





Statesville 


43 


Ecola*... 


5 


Woodfin 


s 


Loray * 


50 


Marcus*.' 


9 






Scotts*.- -. 


53 


Ritter* 


12 






Stony Point 


55 


Fontana* 


14 


CHARLOTTE TO NORTH 
CHARLOTTE. 




Hiddenite 


59 










Taylorsville 


64 


ASHEVILLE TO SPARTANBURG, 


Charlotte.. 









S. C. 
Asheville 





North Charlotte 


o 


ASHEVILLE TO MURPHY 










Biltmore. 


2 


CHARLOTTE TO ATLANTA, 


GA. 


Ashe ville 



2 




5 
8 


Charlotte 




Emma* 


Busbee* 





Sulphur Springs* 

Acton* 


5 






Juneau* 


5 


6 


Skyland* 

Arden 


9 
11 


Belmont 


11 


Hominy.. 


8 


Fletcher 


14 


Maysworth* 


13 




10 


Brickton 


15 


Lowell 


16 










12 


Hillgirt*— - 


18 


Gastonia 


n 






Turnpike*. 


14 




19 


Bessemer City 


28 


Canton 


18 


Henderson ville 


22 


Dilling's Factory* 


32 


Clyde 


22 
26 


Flat Rock 


25 
29 


Kings Mountain 

Grover 


33 


Lake Junaluska 




41 


Way nes ville 


28 




34 


Atlanta, Ga 


268 


Hazelwood 


30 


Melrose*. 


37 








33 


Rockliff* 


38 


CHARLOTTE TO COLUMBIA. 


Balsam - 


36 


Tryon ■.... 


43 






Willit.. 


40 


Spartanburg, S. C 


72 


Charlotte 





Addie 


43 






Exmoor 


4 


Beta*... 


45 






Griffith* 


k, 


Sylva 


47 


HENDERSONVILLE TO LAKE 
TOXAWAY. 


Pinevilie _. 


10 


Dillsboro 


49 






Columbia, S. C 


10 


Barker Creek*. 


52 


Hendersonville 









Wilmot* 


55 

58 




2 
3 


MARION TO BLACKSBURG, S 




Whittier.. 


Davis* 


>. c. 


Ela— 


61 


Yale*. 


5 


Marion 





Governors Island* 


62 


Capps*... 


6 


Gardin*... 


5 




65 


Horse Shoe 


7 


Glenwood. 


7 


Epps Springs. 


71 


Cannon* 


8 


Vein Mountain* 


11 


Noland*.. 


71 

74 


Etowah 

Blantyre 


10 
12 


Thermal City 


14 


Forney 


Union Mills 


16 


Bushnell 


77 


Penrose . 


15 


Gilkey... 


20 




81 
85 




18 
19 


Rutherfordton 


fl5 






fW 


Wesser* 


89 


Brevard 


22 


Henrietta* 


39 


Talc Mountain* 


93 


Selica 


26 


Mooresboro 


43 


Hewitt 


94 


Cherryfield 


29 


L attimore. 


46 


Nantahala 


96 


Calvert 


30 


Washburn* 


49 


Topton 


99 


Rosman 


31 


Shelby 


55 


Rhodo*. 


103 


Galloway* 


33 


Patterson Springs 


60 


Tom Thumb* 


104 


Quebec. 


35 


Earl.. 


62 


Andrews 


108 


Lake Toxaway 


42 


Blacksburg, S. C 


68 



176 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 
SOUTHERN RAILWAY— Continued. 



GREENSBORO TO DANVILLE. 

Greensboro 

Rudd* 8 


Stokesland* 43 

Danville, Va 48 

DANVILLE, VA., TO NORFOLK, 
VA. 

Danville, Va 

Blanche 8 

Milton 14 

Semora 21 


Cunningham 26 

West Norfolk, Va 205 




12 






15 


VIRGILINA, VA., TO HOLLO- 


Reidsville 24 


WAY MINES. 


Stacy* 

Ruffin 

Pelham 


31 

33 

40 


Virgilina 

Anderson* 4 







MISCELLANEOUS ROADS. 



APPALACHIAN RAILWAY. 

Ela 

Birdtown 3 

Cherokee 6 

ATLANTIC AND CAROLINA RAILROAD. 

Warsaw 

Hill's Avenue* _ 2 

Rhodes* 3 

Middleton* 4 

West*. _' 6 

Frances* 8 

Kenansville 10 

ATLANTIC AND WESTERN RAILROAD. 



Sanford 





Campbells* 


6 


Mamers 


16 


Monroe Park 


1 


Broadway 


8 


Monticello*.-. 


17 


Jonesboro 


2 


Seminole* 


10 


Luart* i 


22 


Purnell* 


4 


Ryes* 


12 


Lillington „ 


25 


Winder* 


5 


Arlington* 


14 







BLACK MOUNTAIN RAILWAY. 



Kona* 

Kaneska* 

Tolley*- 




1 

2 

4 

5 

_. 6 

8 


Uganawa* 

Burnsville 


9 

11 

15 


MICAVILLE TO BOWDITCH 

Micaville 

Bowditch 

MURCHISON TO ESKOTA. 

Murchison 

Eskota 



? 


Backus* 


Inata* 


16 

... 17 




Micaville* 

Windon* 


Low Gap* 

Pensacola 

Murchison 


18 

20 

22 




2 



BONLEE AND WESTERN. 

Bonlee. 

Wells 6 

Bennett 11 






MILEAGE TABLE 



177 



CAROLINA RAILROAD. 



Kinston 

Hull Road* 




4 


Pools* 

Dawson 

Glenfield 


6 

7 

10 




12 


Snow Hill 


15 







CAROLINA, ATLANTIC AND WESTERN RAILWAY. 



Hamlet 

Ghio* 




6 


Green Pond* (C.L.only)... 
Peele's Siding* (C.L.only). 


8 

9 


Gibson 

Doster* (C.L. only) 


... 10 

... 11 



CAROLINA, CLINCHFIELD AND OHIO RAILWAY. 





... 


Boonford 

Phillips*.. 

Penland 

Spar No. 1* 

Spar No. 2*...., 

Spar No. 3* 


32 

34 

36 

37 

37 

37 

37 


Pitts* 

Sevier 

Adams* 

Hankins* 


64 


Cane Bottom* 

Poplar* 

Warrick * 


1 

5 

7 

8 

10 

12 

13 

15 


66 

67 

72 


Huntdale 

Pigeon Roost* 

Relief* 


Glenwood* 

Fero* 

Thermal City* 


81 

83 


Blood* 


38 

40 


89 


Rock Creek* 


Tate 

Morris* 

Logan 

Harmon* 

Bostic 

Forest City 

Blanton* 

Harris 

Randall* 


92 




17 




40 


95 


Forbes* 

Toecane 

Youngs* 

Intermont*... .- 


21 

23 

25 

27 

28 

29 

30 


English* 

Altapass 


41 

44 

46 


97 

99 

103 


Caldwell*. 


58 

59 


105 

107 


Galax* 

Kona* - 


Stump*.. 

Avery* 

Edgecombe* 


61 

62 

63 


111 

114 



CAROLINA AND NORTHWESTERN RAILWAY. 



CROWDERS, N. C, TO 



2 
6 

10 
16 
17 
20 
22 
23 
24 
25 


66-Mile Siding* 


27 


Lenoir 

Valmead*. 

Warrior* 

Setzer* 

Holloway * 

Olivett* 

Coffeys* 

Collettsville 

Jonweb* 

Adako* 

Gorge* 

Mortimer 

Edgemont 


71 


LENOIR, N.C. 


69-Mile Siding* 


30 


72 


Crowders, N. C* 

Ridge* 

Gastonia 

Dallas... 

Hardins* 


Maiden 

75-Mile Siding* 


34 

36 


74 

75 


Newton 

Conover 

Hickory 

'Cliffs*. 

Tile* ' 

Rhodhiss. 


41 

43 

51 

55 

57 

57 

59 


76 

78 

79 

81 




82 


Southside* 

Laboratory* 


S3 

88 




62 


92 


Lincolnton 


Hudson 

Whitnel* 


64 

68 


95 



CAROLINA AND TENNESSEE SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY. 

Bushnell 

Ecola. _ 5 

Marcus 9 

Ritter 12 

Fontana 14 



Part I.— Corp. Com., 1915.— 12 



178 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 
CAROLINA AND YADKIN RIVER RAILWAY. 



Thomasville 




2 


Hannersville* 

Gordontown* 

Hughes* 


11 

12 

14 


Snider* 






Cedar Lodge* 


4 

6 

9 




Light* 

Mabel* 


Cid* 

Emmons Mine* 

Leach's Mill* 


15 

16 

17 


Coler* 

High Rock : „ 







CLIFFSIDE RAILROAD. 

Cliffside 

Cliffeide Junction 3 



DANVILLE AND WESTERN RAILWAY. 



Danville, Va 

Fitzgerald, N. C. — 


.... 

:... 2i 


Draper 


.... 23 
25 


Spray 

Leaksville 


27 

28 









DOVER AND SOUTHBOUND RAILROAD. 



Dover 





Phillips* 


9 


Petersburg* 


23 


Foys* 


5 


Wimsatt* 


13 


Richlands 


25 


Taylors* 


S 


Comfort* 


16 







DURHAM AND SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD. 



Durham 




1 


Farrington 

Seaforth* 


19 

23 

... 27 


Bonsai 

Burt* 

Duncan 


31 

36 


Bland* 


11 


41 











DURHAM AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY. 



Durham 

Oyama* 6 

9-Mile Siding* 9 

Togo*.. 10 

Carpenter 14 

Upchurch* 18 

Apex 21 



25-Mile Siding* 25 

Holly Springs 27 

29-Mile Siding 29 

Wilbon 31 

Varina 33 

Holland* 35 

Kennebec 38 



Angier 40 

Barclay ville* 44 

Coats 49 

Turlington* 52 

Duke 55 

Dunn 57 



EAST CAROLINA RAILWAY. 



Tarboro 

Henrietta* 




5 

8 


Macclesfield 

Fountains 

Toddy* . 

Farm ville 


14 

20 

22 

26 


Bynums* 

Maury 

Hookerton 


30 

34 

39 


Pinetops 


11 





MILEAGE TABLE 



179 



EAST TENNESSEE AND WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD. 

Johnson City, Tenn 

Elk Park, N. C 32 

Cranberry 34 

ELKIN AND ALLEGHANY RAILWAY. 



Elkin 




1 

5 




. 7 


Thurmond.. 

Doughton 

Veneer* 


12 


Adsit 

Klondike* 


Currans* 

Parks* 


8 

10 


14 

15 



KINSTON CAROLINA RAILWAY. 







4 

6 


Moodysville* 

Rutledge* 

Deep Run* 

Langston* 


8 

10 

12 

14 




16 


Jackson* 

Albritton* 


Lynchburg* 

Pink Hill* 


18 

20 



LAURINBURG AND SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 



Johns 




3 

4 

6 


Buchanans* 


8 

9 


Shaws* 

Spring Hill* 

Wagram 


14 

16 


Camps* 


Blues* 


10 

12 


18 









LAWNDALE RAILWAY. 



Lawndale 

Double Shoals- 



Metcalf's Siding. 
3 Weathers* 



5 Schencks* 
7 Shelby... 



LINVILLE RIVER RAILWAY. 



Pineola 

Montezuma. 




Minneapolis* 
Cranberry. _. 



12 



LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD. 



Murphy 

Old Murphy 1 

Renwick 2 

Lanning 3 



Mauney 4 

Davis 5 

Kinsey Quarry 6 

Kinsey 7 

Nortia 8 



Channing 9 

Ranger 10 

Culberson 11 

Marietta, Ga 108 






MADISON COUNTY RAILWAY. 

Stackhouse Junction 

Belva 7 

Allan Stand 10 



180 



1ST. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 
MAXTON, ALMA AND SOUTHBOUND RAILROAD. 



Alma 

Sandy. 1 

McLeods* 5 



Raemon 8 

Chalenor*.... 11 

Bracy 13 



McCormick Siding* 14 

Alfords Siding* 15 

Rowland 16 



MOUNT AIRY AND EASTERN RAILWAY. 

Mount Airy... 

White Sulphur Springs* 4 

Danube, Va 19 

NEW HANOVER TRANSIT COMPANY. 

Wilmington (S. S. line, Wilmington to Doctor's Point) 

Doctor's Point 

Carolina Beach 3 



NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILWAY. 



WINSTON-SALEM TO 




Madison. 


32 


Willardville 


11 


ROANOKE, 


VA. 




Mayodan 


34 


Bahama 


14 


Winston-Salem . . 







Avalon*.. 


35 


Rougemont 


18 


Ogburn* 




4 


Stoneville 


40 


Lyndover* 


19 


Walkertown 




9 
13 


Price 

Roanoke, Va... 


46 

122 


Mount Tirzah* 


22 


Dennis 


Helena 


23 


Fulp*- 




15 

18 


DURHAM TO 


LYNCHBURG. 


Pick* 

Roxboro 


28 


Walnut Cove 




31 


Chisman* 




23 


Durham 





Jalong* 


32 


Pine Hall 




24 


Weaver* 


6 


Woodsdale 


38 


Sharps* 




27 


Fairntosh* 


9 


Lynchburg, Va 


117 



NORTHAMPTON AND HERTFORD RAILROAD. 

Gumberry 

Mofield. 6 

Jackson 9 



PIEDMONT NORTHERN LINES. 
(Electric.) 







4 

5 




7 


Lowell.. 

Ranlo* 

Gastonia 


18 






. 11 


20 






13 


. 24 




McAdenville* 


.... 16 





RALEIGH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD. 



Lumberton 

Pope* 

Kingsdale* 




3 

5 


Proctorville 

Barnesville... 

Flowers* 


10 

15 

18 


Marietta 

Marion, S. C 


20 

41 



MILEAGE TABLE 



181 



RANDOLPH AND CUMBERLAND RAILROAD. 





Kellys* 

Carthage 

Mooshaunee* 


7 

10 

15 


Parkwood* 

Hallison 

McConnell* _ 


17 


Bynum* 

Stones*. 


If 

5 


19 

23 



RED SPRINGS AND BOWMORE. 



Red Springs 

Duffey* 5 



Mill Prong « 



Purcipolis* 10 Bowmore 



Wagram. 



ROANOKE RAILWAY. 

Thelma-.. 

Gaston* 1 

Vultare* 4 

Homers* 6 



ROANOKE RIVER RAILWAY. 

Manson 

Drewry 4 

Townsville— _. 12 



ROCKINGHAM RAILROAD. 








Roberdell* 

Morrison* 

Marfree* 


7 

10 

13 


Ghio* 

Gibson 


17 


Rockingham 


3 


22 







SMOKY MOUNTAIN RAILWAY. 

Ritter* 

Proctor _. 4.1 

Sugar Fork* . 9 

Bone Valley* _ 9.6 






SWANNANOA RAILROAD. 

Swannanoa 

Davidson Crossing 2.5 

Bee Tree 5 






TALLULAH FALLS RAILWAY. 



Franklin 

Prentiss 




5 


Cowetah* 

Otto 


8 

10 


Orlando... 

Cornelia, Ga 


14 

58 



182 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



TENNESSEE AND NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD. 



Newport Junction, Tenn. 
Laurel Fork Junction, N. 
Crestmont.. 



Pigeon River Division. 








Woodrow 

Retreat* 

Inman* 


6 

8 

11 


Sunburst 

Burnett Siding* 


13 


Stamey*- . _. . 


2 

4 


15 


Moore* 


Spruce 


17 



VIRGINIA-CAROLINA RAILWAY. 



Allen* 





Warrensville 


11 

17 


Bowie 

Riverside 

Elkland 


27 




33 


Lansing* 


7 

9 


Hamilton* 

Donation* 


19 

22 


37 









VIRGINIA AND CAROLINA SOUTHERN RAILROAD. 



Hope Mills to Lumberton. 

Hope Mills 

Roslin* 

Hughes Mill* 

McMillan* 

Campbell's Mill* 

Oakland* 

St. Paul 

Smith's Siding* 

Rozier * 





Woodmore* 


.. 18 

.. 22 


u 

5 

7 
8 


Bee Gee* 

Lumberton Junction* 

Lumberton* 


.. 25 
.. 26 

.. 27 
. 28 


y 

10 
13 
14 
16 







St. Paul to Elizabethtown. 

St. Paul 

Dundee* 4 

Tobemory* 6 

Duart* 9 

Tar Heel 14 

Perth* 16 

Dublin 20 

Berwick* 24 

Elizabethtown 27 



Warren Plains - 
Warrenton 



WARRENTON RAILROAD. 



WASHINGTON AND VANDEMERE RAILROAD. 



Washington 




3 


Stilleys 

Edwards 

Standard Lumber Co — 
Guilford* 

Bonner's Siding* 

Thompson's Siding* 


.. 20 
.. 23 
.. 24 
.. 26 

.. 27 
„ 27 


Royall* 

Leach's Siding* 

Dixon* 

Hudnell's Spur* 

Cash Corner* 

Vandemere 


31 

32 


Wilford 

McConnell* 

Rover 

Blount Creek* 


4 

10 

13 

18 


32 

35 

39 

40 



WATAUGA AND YADKIN RIVER RAILWAY COMPANY. 



North Wilkesboro 

Gordon* 


.... 

..-. 1 

... 4 


Goulds* 

Ferguson* 

Elkville* 

Grandin 

Denny*... 

Darby* 


13 

16 

18 

21 

22 

26 


Middle Cane* 

Roger's Mill* 

Council* 

Blowing Rock June* ... 
Boone* 


... 29 
... 35 
... 47 


Minton* 

Goshen* 


.... 6 

.... 8 

11 


... 49 
... 52 







DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS 187 

trains at a depot in which the travel of all lines is thrown into one depot. 
We are compelled to consider the matter of convenience of transfer from the 
standpoint of through passengers, and, after the most careful consideration 
of all the facts and circumstances of location, we have been forced to the 
conclusion that the convenience of the traveling public as a whole will not 
be served by forcing the Seaboard Air Line Railway to run its trains five- 
eighths of a mile away from its main line to the site of the Southern depot, 
and the Norfolk Southern Railroad Company to run its trains about one 
mile from the present location of its line in Charlotte to the site of the 
Southern depot, and the petition for a union passenger station at this point 
is, therefore, dismissed. 

Charlotte is the chief city in point of population in the State, and its popu- 
lation is rapidly increasing. Its importance as a manufacturing and dis- 
tributing center is well established and rapidly increasing. It furnishes 
large revenue in freight and passenger traffic to both the Southern Railway 
Company and Seaboard Air Line Railway, and is entitled to adequate facili- 
ties commensurate with this large volume of business. It was admitted in 
this proceeding, and we find from the evidence and personal inspection, that 
the passenger depot of the Seaboard Air Line Railway is inadequate, and it 
is, therefore, 

Ordered, That the said Seaboard Air Line Railway submit for approval, 
within sixty days from this date, plans for an adequate, new, modern, brick 
passenger station, with proper shed protection for passengers taking and 
leaving its trains. 

The Commission further finds from the evidence in this proceeding, and 
from personal inspection and investigation, that the waiting rooms of the 
passenger station of the Southern Railway Company in Charlotte are inade- 
quate, and that its passenger yard facilities are inadequate, and it is, there- 
fore, 

Ordered, That the Southern Railway Company file with the Commission 
for approval, within sixty days from this date, plans for adequate enlarge- 
ment of the waiting rooms of its passenger station, for concreting its pas- 
senger yard, and proper sheds for protecting all tracks from which passengers 
are regularly received and discharged. 

March 8, 1915. 



PLYMOUTH LIGHT AND ICE COMPANY v. TOWN OP PLYMOUTH. 

ORDER. 

Pell, Commissioner: This cause came before the Commission upon a 
petition of the Plymouth Light and Ice Company, asking that a reasonable 
and proper rate be fixed by the Commission which the town of Plymouth 
should pay to petitioner for the electric lights furnished said town by peti- 
tioner since the expiration of the contract existing between petitioner arid 
said town of Plymouth. 

Evidence was taken and argument heard, and, it appearing that the volume 
of business done by the company is very small, Plymouth being a small town, 
and necessarily the expense is about the same as it would be were the com- 



188 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

pany receiving a much greater revenue; and it being shown that this com- 
pany had been losing money under the contract that has been in force; it is, 
therefore, 

Ordered, That a rate of $1,400 per annum be declared a reasonable and 
proper rate for the said town of Plymouth to pay petitioner for the electric 
lights furnished said town by petitioner since the contract between the parties 
expired, and is a reasonable and proper rate for said town to pay for the same 
lighting facilities so long as they are taken by the said town without contract. 

March 9, 1915. 



CITIZENS OP JEFFERSON v. VIRGINIA-CAROLINA RAILWAY 

COMPANY. 

Petitioners having filed exceptions to the order of the Commission of 
December 3, 1914, in above entitled proceedings, upon consideration of the 
exceptions it is 

Ordered, That they be, and are hereby, overruled. 

By order of the Commission: A. J. Maxwell, 

Clerk 
Pell, Commissioner, dissenting. 

March 12, 1915. 



IN THE MATTER OF K. B. JOHNSON'S LOG ROAD— PETITION FOR 
LICENSE TO CARRY FREIGHT AND CHARGE THEREFOR. 

In the above-entitled matter, it appearing to the Commission that K. B. 
Johnson's Log Road is a corporation engaged in the business of manufactur- 
ing logs into sawed lumber, and that the said K. B. Johnson has built a log- 
ging road, extending from the town of Kennebec, Wake County, N. C, to a 
point known as Duprees Siding, Johnston County, N. C, a distance of about 
eight miles; and it further appearing that the said K. B. Johnson has peti- 
tioned this Commission, according to the provisions of chapter 160 of the Acts 
of the General Assembly of 1911, for authority to transport commodities other 
than its own over and upon its said logging road, and to charge therefor rea- 
sonable rates, to be approved by this Commission: Now, therefore, it is 

Ordered by the Corporation Commission, That the said K. B. Johnson Log- 
Road be, and it is hereby, authorized to transport over and upon its said 
logging road all kinds of commodities other than its own, except sawlogs and 
sawed lumber, and to charge therefor the rates in accordance with freight 
tariff and classification which has this day been approved by the Commission 
for this line of road, subject to such changes and modifications as may from 
time to time be made or approved by this Commission. 

E. L. Travis, 

March 30, 1915. Chairman. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS 191 



CITIZENS OF ANSONVILLE v. WINSTON-SALEM SOUTHBOUND RAIL- 
ROAD COMPANY. 

PETITION FOR REMOVAL OF DEPOT. 

Lee, Commissioner: Petition was filed for removal of depot at Ansonville. 
Hearing was had May 20, 1914, at Ansonville, and at Raleigh, August 11, 1914. 

Messrs. Lockhart & Dunlap, attorneys, represented plaintiffs. 

Messrs. R. L. Smith, Robinson, Caudle & Pruette, attorneys, represented 
defendant. 

H. H. McLendon, Esq., attorney, represented citizens of Ansonville opposing 
removal of depot. 

The present depot at Ansonville is about one mile from the center of the 
town, at a point where the line comes to grade. The site insisted upon by the 
citizens petitioning for the removal is near the center of the town, and the 
site originally selected by the railroad company for its depot at Ansonville, 
but later it was decided to reduce the grade of the road, and, in reducing the 
grade, it was necessary to make a cut at this point through the hill ranging 
from five to twelve feet in depth. The approach to a depot at this point would 
be down-grade and into the cut, and, there being a curve in the railroad ap- 
proaching from the north, it would, in the opinion of the Commission, create 
a dangerous situation. 

The present site is the nearest point to the town that a suitable place could 
be found for the location of a depot. The railroad company procured the land 
at the point where it is sought to have the depot established, and it is in 
evidence that they would have built on it had it been practicable to do so, but 
after the grade was reduced, finding that it was not suitable, they aban- 
doned it. 

Since the present depot has been established practically all of the building 
has been done in the direction of the depot, and quite a number of buildings, 
stores, etc., have been erected adjacent to it, and it would be an injustice to 
these people to move the depot, even if a suitable place was offered. 

The petition for removal is, therefore, dismissed. 

June 9, 1915. 



CITIZENS OF ANSONVILLE v. WINSTON-SALEM SOUTHBOUND RAIL- 
WAY COMPANY. 

REMOVAL OF DEPOT. 

Exceptions having been filed to the order of the Commission of June 9, 1915, 
in the above-entitled matter, and the exceptions filed having been considered, 
it is 

Ordered, That the exceptions be overruled. 

By order of the Commission: A. J. Maxwell, 

June 24, 1915. Clerk. 



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PAMLICO CHEMICAL COMPANY v. WASHINGTON AND VANDEMERE 
RAILROAD COMPANY AND ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD 
COMPANY. 

ORDER. 

The complainant is a corporation engaged in the manufacture and sale of 
fertilizer, its factory being located on the Norfolk Southern Railroad a short 
distance north of the city of Washington. It complains in regard to rates 
charged on shipments of its products from its factory to points on the Atlantic 
Coast Line Railroad, which must move over the Norfolk Southern line to 
Porter Junction, a distance of 4.2 miles, where the Norfolk Southern crosses 
and connects with the Washington and Vandemere Railroad, thence over the 
Washington and Vandemere Railroad a distance of two miles to its connection 
with the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, thence that line to destination. The 
Washington and Vandemere Railroad charges on these shipments 48 cents 
per ton for the distance of two miles over its line from Porter Junction to the 
Atlantic Coast Line, and the Atlantic Coast Line charges in addition thereto 
its full local to destination. The Norfolk Southern charges, by contract, a 
switching charge of $3 per car from the complainant's factory to Porter Junc- 
tion. The complainant contends that the Washington and Vandemere Rail- 
road is owned and controlled by the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company, 
and that, therefore, under the statute and Rule 1 of this Commission, it cannot 
lawfully charge for its part of these hauls its local rate as an independent 
line, but that the rate charged from Porter Junction to Atlantic Coast Line 
destinations should be upon continuous mileage basis as over one line. 

At the hearing the representatives of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad and 
of the Washington and Vandemere Railroad admitted, for the purpose of this 
case, that the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company was the owner of the 
entire stock of the Washington and Vandemere Railroad. It appeared in 
evidence, without contradiction, that the same person acts as agent for both 
roads at Washington, and that the tracks and equipment of the two lines at 
Washington are used in common. We, therefore, do not see how we can do 
otherwise than hold that the Washington, and Vandemere Railroad is owned 
and controlled by the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company; and it follows, 
under the statute and under Rule 1 of this Commission, that the charges for 
transportation of freight from Porter Junction to points on the Atlantic Coast 
Line Railroad should be made upon the basis of continuous mileage over one 
line, the same to be governed by the scale of rates applicable upon the Atlantic 
Coast' Line Railroad, and we so hold. 

It was urged at the hearing that the Washington and Vandemere Railroad 
has been very unprofitable, and that its gross revenue earned is not sufficient to 
pay its operating expenses, which we believe to be true. We would give consid- 
eration to this fact if we felt that we had the discretion so to do under the law, 
but construing the law to require that joint rates over all lines owned, oper- 
ated or controlled by one company should be upon the basis of continuous 
mileage, we do not think that we could lawfully hold otherwise than we have 
in this case. 

It appears that the Norfolk Southern Railroad Company makes a switching 
charge of $3 per car from its factory to Porter Junction on all shipments to 
Atlantic Coast Line points, which was suggested to be an unusual charge for 



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the distance of 4.2 miles. The legality of this charge, however, was not in- 
volved in this case, and we could not properly pass upon it unless the Norfolk 
Southern Railroad was a party to the proceeding. It is 

Ordered, That rates on fertilizer from Porter Junction to points on the 
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad be corrected and adjusted in accordance with 
the above rule. E. L. Travis, 

June 25, 1915. Chairman. 



A. B. COOK v. ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY AND 

E. McN. CARR. 

PETITION FOR SIDETRACK FACILITIES. 

By petition in the above proceeding it is alleged that the petitioner is the 
owner of a sawmill located about one mile from Cottle's Siding, a siding 
located on the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad near the 51-mile post, between 
Warsaw and Magnolia, and also the owner of several large tracts of timber 
located within a radius of two miles of the said siding; and the petitioner is 
asking the privilege of loading his lumber and logs from this siding. 

A hearing was had at the office of the Commission in Raleigh on July 1, 
1915, at which hearing all parties in interest were represented. 

The respondent Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company indicated its will- 
ingness either to furnish shipping privileges to the petitioner at the above 
siding or to provide an. extension of the same for the use of the petitioner, 
such extension to be made upon the same terms of mutual expense as the 
siding originally installed for Mr. Carr. 

The respondent E. McN. Carr protested against shipping privileges being 
extended to any one at the Cottle Siding, claiming the right of exclusive use 
of the said siding, put in originally for the respondent's use and partially at 
his expense, and insisted that the petitioner had sufficient traffic to offer to 
justify the installation of a separate siding for his use, and that the joint use 
of the present siding would interfere with the loading of his lumber by the 
pulling out of cars in the process of loading, to place and take out cars for 
the petitioner. 

The siding in question is located wholly on the right of way of the Atlantic 
Coast Line Railroad Company, and is a three-car siding, and it appears that 
the respondent loads two or three cars per week, and the petitioner would 
load about two cars per week. 

After consideration of all the facts, the Commission is of opinion that the 
respondent will not be unreasonably inconvenienced by an extension of the 
present siding for the use of the petitioner. It may be true that the peti- 
tioner has sufficient traffic in prospect to justify installation of an inde- 
pendent siding if adequate facilities cannot be provided at less expense to the 
petitioner and to the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company; but, aside from 
the question of economy, every break in the rails of the main line for an 
industrial siding constitutes some degree of hazard to the public, and the 
Commission would not require that two sidings be opened to the main line 
where it appears that adequate service can be given by one siding. 

The present siding was installed at the joint expense of the Atlantic Coast 
Line Railroad Company and the respondent, the respondent furnishing the 

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ties and the railroad company the iron material and putting same in place, at 
an expense to the respondent of $36.72 for labor. The respondent was not 
able to furnish the information at the hearing as to the cost to him of the ties. 

The Commission is of opinion that the petitioner should be furnished facili- 
ties by an extension of the present siding one car length for his own use, to 
be installed on the same terms on which industrial sidings are usually placed, 
and that the petitioner should, to some extent, share in the initial cost of put- 
ting in the siding. 

Ordered, That, upon payment by the petitioner to the respondent Carr of 
one-half the amount paid the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company for labor 
for the present siding, to wit, $18.36, and upon the necessary grading for 
extension of the siding being done by the petitioner, and ties furnished by 
him, the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company proceed to extend the said 
siding one car length for the use of the petitioner. 

By order of the Commission: A. J. Maxwell. 

July 29, 1915. Clerk. 



A. B. COOK v. ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY AND 

E. McN. CARR. 

ORDER OVERRULING EXCEPTIONS. 

Exceptions having been filed by respondent E. McN. Carr to order of the 
Commission in above-entitled proceeding, upon consideration of said excep- 
tions, it is 

Ordered, That the exceptions be overruled. 

By order of the Commission: - A. J. Maxwell, 

August 12, 1915. Clerk. 



BLUE RIDGE LIME COMPANY v. SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY AND 
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY. 



The Blue Ridge Lime Company complains of overcharge on shipment of 
ground limestone by respondent companies above named. There is no contro- 
versy as to the essential facts involved. The Southern Railway Company 
issued its bill of lading to the complainant at Fletcher, N. C, bearing date 
April 22, 1915, for one carload of ground limestone, loaded in Southern car 
37334, consigned to "W. C. Page, Davis Siding, Wade, N. C." Wade is an 
agency station on the Atlantic Coast Line, and Davis Siding is a non-agency 
point about one mile from the depot at Wade. The freight charges were not 
prepaid and the car was handled by the Atlantic Coast Line to Wade, N. C, 
and the freight charges collected, including the local freight rate for a dis- 



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tance of five miles to cover the movement from Wade to Davis Siding, before 
delivery was made. 

It is the custom of railroad companies to require prepayment of freight 
before accepting shipment to a non-agency point, and it is proper that they 
should do so; but if they do accept such shipment and issue their bill of 
lading for transportation of a shipment to a non-agency point, the obligation 
rests upon them to comply with that contract at the legal rate of freight 
applying from point of origin to point of destination. It is contended that 
the bill of lading in this case called for two separate destinations, and that, 
therefore, the carrier was privileged to carry it to either destination, and then, 
if the consignee wanted the shipment at the other, to charge a separate local 
rate for such delivery. We are unable to follow this conclusion. Davis Sid- 
ing being a siding near Wade, N. C, there appears no reason for conclusion as 
to destination intended. We are of opinion that when the Southern Railway 
Company issued its bill of lading for this shipment to ''Davis Siding, Wade, 
N. C," it incurred the obligation to make delivery at Davis Siding, and that 
when the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company accepted the shipment from 
the Southern Railway Company on this billing it also accepted responsibility 
for such delivery at the rate of freight applying as a through shipment from 
Fletcher to Davis Siding. It is, therefore. 

Ordered, That the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company refund to the 
complainants the sum charged for moving this car from Wade to Davis Siding, 
in addition to the through rate, to wit, fourteen dollars and forty cents. 

E. L. Travis, 

August 27, 1915. Chairman. 



IN THE MATTER OF THE KINSTON MANUFACTURING COMPANY, A 
LUMBER CORPORATION— PETITION FOR LICENSE TO CARRY 
FREIGHT AND PASSENGERS AND CHARGE THEREFOR. 

In the above-entitled matter, it appearing to the Commission that the 
Kinston Manufacturing Company is a corporation engaged in the business of 
manufacturing logs into sawed lumber, and that the said Kinston Manufac- 
turing Company has built a logging road, extending from Pink Hill to Beula- 
ville, N. C, a distance of about ten miles; and it further appearing that the 
said Kinston Manufacturing Company has petitioned this Commission, accord- 
ing to the provisions of chapter 160 of the Acts of the General Assembly of 
1911, and acts amendatory thereto, for authority to transport commodities 
other than its own, and passengers, over and upon its said logging road, and 
to charge therefor reasonable rates, to be approved by this Commission: 
Now, therefore, it is 

Ordered by the Corporation Commission, That the said Kinston Manufac- 
turing Company be, and it is hereby, authorized to transport over and upon 
its said logging road all kinds of commodities other than its own, except 
sawlogs and sawed lumber, and also passengers, and to charge therefor the 
rates in accordance with freight tariff and classification and passenger tariff 
which has this day been approved by the Commission for this line of road, 
subject to such changes and modifications as may from time to time be made 
or approved by this Commission. E. L. Travis, 

September 10, 1915. Chairman, 



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W. L. BROGDEN v. SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY. 

ORDER TO SWITCH CAR. 

W. L. Brogden complains to the Commission that he has a carload con- 
taining one hundred barrels of potatoes, loaded in Norfolk Southern car 
20729, consigned to him by S. L. Warren, Elizabeth City, N. C, under bill of 
lading bearing date September 11, 1915; that this car of potatoes is now 
located on the yards of the Norfolk Southern Railroad in the city of Raleigh; 
that he has made application to the Southern Railway Company to have this 
car shifted to his warehouse on the tracks of the Southern Railway in the city 
of Raleigh; and it appearing that the Southern Railway refused and still 
refuses to switch the car for delivery to Mr. Brogden's warehouse, on its 
tracks, it is, therefore, 

Ordered, That the Southern Railway Company switch the car above desig- 
nated from the interchange track between the Southern Railway and the Nor- 
folk Southern Railroad to a convenient place on its track for unloading the 
said car to the space now occupied by W. L. Brogden & Company in the ware- 
house of the Southern Railway Company, within four hours from 1 o'clock 
p. m. of this the 14th day of September, 1915. 

By order of the Commission: A. J. Maxwell, 

September 14, 1915. Clerk. 



W. L. BROGDEN v. SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY. 
order to switch car. 

Order issued this day in above entitled matter is hereby amended to read 
as follows: It is, therefore, 

Ordered, That, upon payment or tender of payment of the usual switching 
charge of $2 by the complainant, W. L. Brogden, to the Southern Railway 
Company, the Southern Railway Company switch the car above designated 
from the interchange track between the Southern Railway and the Norfolk 
Southern Railroad to a convenient place on its track for unloading the said 
car to the space now occupied by W. L. Brogden & Company in the warehouse 
of the Southern Railway Company, within six hours from 1 o'clock p. m. of 
this the 14th day of September, 1915. 

By order of the Commission: A. J. Maxwell. 

September 14, 1915. Clerk. 



MOSLER SAFE COMPANY v. SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY. 



Complaint having been made by the Mosler Safe Company that they are 
desirous of shipping out a quantity of vault work in carloads from their 
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DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS 197 

Raleigh, N. C, to Zebulon, N. C, a local station on the Norfolk Southern 
Railroad, and that the Southern Railway have refused to place empty cars 
for this purpose for the reason that shipments are not destined to a point 
on the Southern Railway, it is 

Ordered, That the Southern Railway switch from their connecting track 
with the Norfolk Southern Railroad empty car Atlantic Coast Line 36596 
and place the same convenient for loading at the space in the old Southern 
Railway freight house now occupied by the Mdsler Safe Company, and that 
after said car is loaded by the safe company the said Southern Railway 
switch the same back to the said connecting track of the Norfolk Southern 
Railroad to be transported by them to Zebulon, N. C; that the said empty 
car be switched in by 3 o'clock p. m. of this the 9th day of October, 1915, and 
that the loaded car be switched within four hours from notice of the shipper 
that same is ready to go forward. 

It is further ordered, That the revenue of the Southern Railway covering 
the switching movement shall be the usual charge of $2. 

E. L. Travis, 

October 9, 1915. Chairman. 



MADISON COUNTY RAILWAY COMPANY TO THE COMMISSION. 

APPLICATION TO CHANGE ROUTE. 

Upon application of the Madison County Railway Company it is 

Ordered, That the company be authorized to discontinue operation on that 
portion of its line between Belva and Allenstand, and remove the rails there- 
from and use the same in building an extension from Belva up Skelton- 
Laurel Valley to the mouth of Hicky's Fork, or such other terminus in this 
vicinity as they may select. 

This order is subject to the condition that if objection is made to the dis- 
continuance of the line herein mentioned by the public, a hearing will be 
had and such course taken as may appear right and proper. 

E. L. Travis, 

October 26, 1915. Chairman. 



SAMPSON LUMBER COMPANY v. SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY. 

OVERCHARGE ON SHIPMENTS OF LUMBER. 

The above petitioners complain to the Commission of overcharge on ship- 
ments of lumber in carloads from Hayne, N. C, on the division of the 
Atlantic Coast Line that was formerly a part of the Cape Fear and Yadkin 
Valley Railway, to Walnut Cove, N. C, on the division of the Southern Rail- 
way that was formerly a part of the Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley Railway. 
After the present divisions of the former Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley Rail- 
way were acquired by the Atlantic Coast Line and Southern Railway com- 
panies each of these companies continued to apply the same rates, both as 
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198 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

until October 13, 1914, when the rates prescribed by the Special Rate Com- 
mission became effective. The Special Rate Commission prescribed a spe- 
cific commodity rate for lumber which, by its terms, became effective on 
October 13, 1914, as the maximum rate to be charged on all lines of road 
in this State operated by either the Atlantic Coast Line or the Southern 
Railway ■ companies, this commodity rate superseding the Class "P" rate 
formerly applying on lumber over the lines in question. The Atlantic Coast 
Line reissued their tariff of joint rates with the Southern Railway, formerly 
the Cape Pear and Yadkin Valley Railway, which included the commodity 
rate on lumber adopted by the Special Rate Commission, in lieu of the Class 
"P" rate formerly applying. The Southern Railway failed to do this and 
continues to apply the Class "P" rate on lumber on this division. 

The Commission finds that the commodity rates on lumber adopted by the 
Special Rate Commission are the maximum rates which the Atlantic Coast 
Line and Southern Railway companies are authorized to charge, either as 
local or joint rates, on the divisions of road formerly the Cape Pear and 
Yadkin Valley Railway, from and after October 13, 1914, and further finds 
that on this basis the complainants have been overcharged on the particular 
shipments in controversy the sum of $10.06 and $6.75; total, $16.81. It is, 
therefore, 

Ordered, That the Southern Railway Company, within thirty days from 
this date, refund to the complainant, the Sampson Lumber Company, the 
sum of $16.81, and revise their tariff in line with this decision. 

B. L. Travis, 

December 1, 1915. Chairman. 



E. HOWARD AND OTHERS v. BLACK MOUNTAIN RAILWAY COM- 
PANY, CAROLINA, CLINCHFIELD AND OHIO RAILWAY COMPANY, 
AND HOLSTON CORPORATION. 



This was a proceeding brought for the purpose of compelling the defendant, 
Black Mountain Railway Company, to haul and transport freight over its 
line at the same rates as are charged by the Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio 
Railway Company. The Black Mountain Railway extends from Kola, on the 
Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railroad, to Burnsville, the county seat of 
Yancey County. 

The plaintiffs contend that it is controlled and operated by the Carolina, 
Clinchfield and Ohio Railway Company, and that, therefore, it should be 
required to apply the same rates under the rule of this Commission, which 
provides: 

"All connecting railroads which are under the management and 
control, by lease, ownership or otherwise, of one and the same com- 
pany, shall, for the purpose of transportation in applying this tariff 
(referring to the legal tariff), be considered as constituting but one 
and the same road, and the rates shall be computed as upon parts 
of one and the same road, unless otherwise specified." 

Much evidence was introduced tending to show a close relationship between 
the two roads and that many of the officers of one road were also officers 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS 199 

of the other road, and that some of the employees and engineers of the Caro- 
lina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railroad also performed services for the Black 
Mountain Railroad. The main contention, however, was that the stock of the 
Black Mountain Railway Company, or a majority thereof, is owned by the 
Holston Corporation, and that the Holston Corporation is a holding com- 
pany of the Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway Company, and that, 
therefore, the stock of the Black Mountain Railway owned and held by it 
was in effect held and owned by the Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway. 
A very full disclosure was made of the facts pertaining to the ownership 
of the stock of the Black Mountain Railway by the Holston Corporation, 
and as to how and why they owned the same, and also as to the ownership 
of the stock of the Holston Corporation. It appears that the Black Mountain 
Railway was an enterprise which was originated and begun by citizens of 
Yancey County, entirely independent of and disconnected with either the 
Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railroad or the Holston Corporation. One of 
the steps taken by the original promoters of the Black Mountain Railway 
was to procure notes from two lumber companies owning large quantities 
of standing timber which they wished to transport over the proposed road. 
One of these notes was for $40,000 and the other for $74,000, conditioned 
upon the construction and equipment of the road. The promoters, in their 
efforts to construct the road, made many attempts to borrow money on these 
notes, and finally succeeded in borrowing it from the Holston Corporation. 
The promoters, being unable to complete the road with the money they had 
secured, and these notes being conditioned upon the construction and equip- 
ment of the road, the Holston Corporation found itself in such position that 
it was compelled to advance sufficient money to complete the road in order 
to collect the notes which it had purchased. It, therefore, did advance quite 
a large sum of money for this purpose, and through these transactions 
became the owner of a majority of the stock in the Black Mountain Railway. 
Complainants contended, however, that the Holston Corporation was in 
effect the same as the Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway Company, and 
was merely a holding corporation for it. It appears that many of the officers 
of the Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway are also officers of the Holston 
Corporation, the president of the two companies being the same, and that the 
offices of the Holston Corporation are in the same building as are the offices 
of the Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway. But it also appears that the 
Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway owns no stock in the Holston Cor- 
poration, nor does the evidence show that any one holds such stock for the 
Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway. Neither does the Holston Corpora- 
tion own any stock in the Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railroad. The 
majority of the stock of the Holston Corporation, in fact nearly all of it, is 
owned by George L. Carter, who owns but one share of stock in the Carolina, 
Clinchfield and Ohio Railway. He is, however, a director of the Carolina, 
Clinchfield and Ohio Railway, and up to two or three years ago was presi- 
dent of that road. At the time that he was president of the road he owned 
a large amount of stock in the road and also owned stock in the Holston 
Corporation. It appears, however, that he disposed of his stock in the rail- 
road, with the exception of one share, and since his retirement from the 
presidency has taken no active part in the management and control of the 
railroad except to attend meetings of the directors, but that he does give 
much of his time and attention to the affairs of the Holston Corporation. 



200 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

It appears that the Holston Corporation is not a holding company of the 
Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway, and in fact holds nothing for that 
company, nor does the railroad company hold anything for it. It is apparent, 
however, that there is a close relationship between the companies, but this 
may be explained, in part at least, by the fact that the Holston Corporation 
is mainly engaged in making developments along the line of the Carolina, 
Clinchfield and Ohio Railroad, and, as this will naturally increase the traffic 
and travel of this road, it is but reasonable that the railroad would encourage 
and befriend the enterprise. 

We do not think, however, that the determination of this case depends 
entirely upon the finding as to whether or not the Black Mountain Railway 
is owned or controlled by the Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway, or that 
it is necessary for us to determine that fact. If the Commission thought it 
right and proper to do so, it could prescribe the same rates for the Black 
Mountain Railway as obtained on the Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Rail- 
way, although they might be entirely independent lines. On the other hand, 
even if the Black Mountain Railway were owned or controlled by the Caro- 
lina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway, this Commission could permit and 
authorize it to charge higher freight rates, if it thinks, under all the circum- 
stances, that it is just and reasonable that it do so. It will be noted that 
the rule of this Commission referred to provides for the use of the same 
rates on roads managed, controlled or owned by one company "unless other- 
wise specified." This Commission has otherwise specified in respect to the 
Black Mountain Railway in that it approved and authorized a tariff for that 
company containing higher rates than those in effect on the Carolina, Clinch- 
field and Ohio Railway. The plaintiffs, however, contend that this tariff was 
authorized under the misapprehension that the Black Mountain Railway was 
an independent line, and that upon it being shown that it is managed and 
controlled by the Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway, the Commission 
ought to revoke and cancel this tariff. 

The Commission does not think, under all the circumstances, that it would 
be reasonable or just to do so. From its general knowledge of such matters, 
the Commission knows that traffic cannot be handled on the Black Mountain 
Railway at as low cost as it can be on the Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio 
Railway. The Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway is the best constructed 
Railroad in the entire South, and one of the best in the entire country. No 
railroad operating in North Carolina at all approaches its efficiency to handle 
traffic cheaply, an efficiency which was produced by tremendous outlay in 
the proper and skillful construction of its roadbed and the purchase of the 
best obtainable equipment. Nothing illustrates its high operating efficiency 
so well as the comparison of its operating cost with that of other first-class 
roads. The cost of operation on this road for the year ending June, 1914, was 
only 42 per cent of its gross revenue, whereas the cost of operation on the 
other systems in North Carolina was about 70 per cent of their gross revenue, 
the latter being considered in all railroad circles as about the standard. The 
Black Mountain Railway, on the other hand, is a poorly constructed railroad, 
over a rough mountain section, and has equipment which in no sense com- 
pares with the equipment of the Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railroad. 
It goes into a sparsely settled territory and the traffic on it is consequently 
light. It, therefore, is entirely unreasonable to expect or require a road of 
its character to haul traffic at the same low rates as can be done on a road 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS 201 

of such high efficiency as the Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway. To 
require it to do so would not only prevent the making of a reasonable return 
on the money properly invested in it, but would probably cause actual loss 
in its operation. 

We do not think it is either equitable or wise public policy to require a 
newly constructed railroad situated as the Black Mountain Railway is, built 
under great difficulties and with extreme effort, to open up and develop a 
section sorely in need of it, to begin to operate as soon as it is completed on 
the lowest possible basis of rates. It is not equitable because those who 
invested their money in it, whether it be another railroad or private citizens, 
are entitled to a fair return on the money properly invested. It is not a 
wise public policy because to deny to such enterprise a fair return and to 
begin to strangle them with low rates as soon as they get in operation would 
be to discourage and prevent developments of like nature in many other 
parts of the State where it is greatly needed as it was in this instance. The 
construction of this road was a great benefit to the section through which it is 
built, and which it opens up and connects with the markets of the world, 
and it cannot be to the good of the public in that community that the road 
should be strangled in its infancy by compelling it to operate upon unreason- 
ably low rates. 

Upon consideration of the entire case the Commission is of opinion that 
it would be unjust and unreasonable to compel the Black Mountain Railway 
Company to transport traffic upon as low rates as are in effect upon the 
Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway, and it is, therefore, 

Okdered, That the petition herein be, and it is, dismissed. 

E. L. Travis, 

October 13, 1915. Chairman. 



SWAIN HIGHWAY COMMISSION v. APPALACHIAN RAILWAY COMPANY. 



Lee, Commissioner: This cause coming on to be heard at Bryson City, 
N. C, on October 15, 1915, upon petition of the Swain Highway Commission, 
A. S. -Patterson, Chairman, Dr. A. M. Bennett, Commissioner, and T. M. 
Howerton, Engineer, representing the petitioners, Swain Highway Commis- 
sion, and Messrs. Bryson & Black, attorneys, representing defendant, Appa- 
lachian Railway Company; and it appearing from the evidence in this case 
that the highway as at present located does not cross the Appalachian Rail- 
road, but, since the relocation of the road, it makes it necessary to either 
cross over or under the railroad, it does appear that a settlement road cross- 
ing will be eliminated by the relocation of the highway; it is, therefore, 

Ordered, That the Appalachian Railway Company and the Swain Highway 
Commission jointly construct an underpass at a point on the Appalachian 
Railroad near Ben Sherrill's, in Swain County, and that the cost of the con- 
struction of the said underpass be divided between the Appalachian Railway 
Company and the Swain Highway Commission, one-third of the cost to be 
paid by the Appalachian Railway Company and two-thirds of the cost to be 
paid by the Swain Highway Commission. 

December 4, 1915. 



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CLAIMS AND COMPLAINTS ADJUSTED. 

J. C. Newsome & Company v. North Carolina Demurrage Bureau. Claim 
of refund of $10 demurrage charges assessed on car of shingles. Refund 
made to complainant. Case closed. 

Southern Furniture Manufacturers Association v. Raleigh, Charlotte and 
Southern Railway Company. Claim for overcharge of $2.30. Claim paid. 
Case closed. 

Heath & Company to the Commission. Claim for refund on carload of 
cotton from Charlotte, N. C, to Lando, S. C. This being interstate shipment 
and without jurisdiction of the Commission, case is referred to Interstate 
Commerce Commission. 

New Bern Chamber of Commerce v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. 
Complaint of wharfage charges on lumber. Defendant company advises that 
no intrastate shipments are handled over wharf from cars to boats at New 
Bern, and other shipments being beyond jurisdiction of the Commission, case 
is dismissed. 

Halifax Paper Company v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint of 
practice of agent at Roanoke Rapids to charge for spotting cars. Defendant 
company, after investigation, advises that they are not aware of any charge 
being made complainant. Case is closed. 

J. P. Brown v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim for $4 charge 
for feeding heifer four days in Dover. This claim was made by defendant 
company for feeding heifer, it being claimed by company that complainant, 
to whom heifer was shipped, could not be found. Dismissed. 

Frick Company v. North Carolina Demurrage Bureau. Claim for refund 
of demurrage charges accruing on car of machinery. Amount, $9. It appear- 
ing that the claim was bearing more on the question of damage by delay than 
demurrage, complainant is advised that this should be taken up with railway 
company, as statute provides for settlement of such claims. Case dismissed. 

Southern Adjustment Company v. East Carolina Railway and Durham and 
Southern Railway companies. Claims for overcharges not settled. Dis- 
missed. 

Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway Company to the Commission. Ap- 
plication for authority to make settlement of claim based on failure to make 
deduction of 25 per cent on joint haul of shipment of logs made prior to can- 
cellation of exception in tariff providing for full local rate on such traffic. 
Granted. Case closed. 

Greenville Supply Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. 
Claim for lost shipment. Complainant is furnished copy of penalty statute 
covering this case, advising that Commission is without jurisdiction in the 
matter. Dismssed. 

T. M. Worley v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint of delay in deliver- 
ing shipment. Adjusted. Case closed. 



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R. H. Gower v. Southern Railway Company. Claim for $3.13, shipment of 
milk not properly and promptly handled. Adjusted. Case closed. 

J. H. Wearn & Company v. Railroad. Revision of list in classification on 
building material. Supplement No. 6 to North Carolina Exception Sheet 
issued to include all items as per Southern Classification No. 41. 

International Salt Company v. Southern Railway. Alleged overcharge on 
car salt in bulk from Wilmington, N. C, to Asheville, N. C. In the absence 
of an exception to the Southern Classification applicable on salt in bulk, held 
that the Southern Classification would apply. Dismissed. 

D. J. Rose v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Alleged overcharge 
on lumber shipments from Spring Hope, milled in transit at Nashville, des- 
tined to Rocky Mount, N. C. There being no milling in transit rate in effect, 
dismissed. 

Dr. Geo. H. Crowell v. Southern Railway Company. Overcharge on house- 
hold goods from Arkadelphia, Ark., to Waynesville, North Carolina. Amount, 
$44.91. Claim paid. 

Guilford Lumber and Manufacturing Company v. Southern Railway Com- 
pany. Claim, $13.71, overcharge on lumber from Mooresville to Greensboro, 
N. C. Adjusted. 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner, v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim, 
amount $1.02, overcharge on car of marl from Bowman, N. C, to Iron Station, 
N. C. Adjusted. 

Sampson Lumber Company v. Southern Railway Company. Claims, 
amounts $10.06 and $6.75, respectively, overcharge on lumber shipments from 
Hayne, N. C, to Walnut Cove, N. C. Formal order issued for refund. 

Connelly Springs Knitting Mills Company v. Southern Railway Company. 
Claim, amount $55.98, loss of shipment from Greenville, N. C, to Connelly 
Springs, N. C. Adjusted. 

Connelly Springs Knitting Mill Company v. Southern Railway and Norfolk 
Southern Railroad Company. Slow time in freight service from Greenville 
and Kinston to Connelly Springs on knitting factory products. Subject 
handled for improvement. 

H. P. Corwith v. Southern Railway Company. Application for storage in 
transit arrangement on apples at Asheville when from Saluda. Adjusted. 

W. H. Applewhite Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim, 
overcharge on marl from Bowman, N. C, to Stantonsburg, N. C; amount, 
$8.08. Adjusted. 

T. J. W. Brown v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Undercharge on ground 
limestone from Fletcher, N. C, to Monroe, N. C. Correct rate named. 

Charlotte Shippers and Manufacturers Association v. Southern Railway 
Company. Request for restoration of rates on dyed cotton from Charlotte 
to North Carolina points as formerly carried in Southern Railway Rate 
Issue F-4169. Adjusted. 



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Chas. J. Shields v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Demurrage on 
cars at Norfleet. Shipments being interstate, no action taken. 

J. S. Carr, Jr., President Durham Hosiery Mills, v. Southern Railway Com- 
pany. Rates on scrap hosiery between North Carolina points and Durham. 
Adjusted. 

J. A. Sexton Lumber Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. 
Overcharge on car lumber from Harnett, N. C, to Kensington Station, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Amount, $23.75. Adjusted. 

F. M. Bishop v. Southern Express Company. Claim. Amount, $46.97. 
Loss of box of chemicals from Star to Winston-Salem, with penalty for 
failure to settle claim. Matter being outside jurisdiction of Commission, 
dismissed. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Request for relief of 
undercharge, amount $4.28, on shipment of empty barrels from Hazelwood 
to Pisgah Forest, under date of January 24, 1913. Application granted. 

J. E. Stack & Company v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim, overcharge 
on cotton from Monroe, N. C, to McColl, S. C. Shipment being interstate, 
correct rate quoted. Case dismissed. 

D. J. Rose v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Claim alleged over- 
charge on clay from Goldsboro, N. C, to Rocky Mount, N. C. Amount, $6. 
No overcharge found. Dismissed. 

G. J. Hart, Claim Auditor, v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Over- 
charge on shipment cotton-seed meal from Wilmington, N. C, to Jackson- 
ville, N. C. No overcharge found. Dismissed. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Application for publica- 
tion of rate of 60 cents per net ton, carload minimum capacity of car, on 
sand from a point on the Southern Railway near Catawba to Whitney, N. C, 
with permission to cancel when the movement is completed. Granted. 

Winston-Salem Southbound Railway to the Commission. Application for 
cancellation of rule in the North Carolina Exception Sheet covering minimum 
carload weights regardless of length of cars used. Held by the Commission 
that transportation companies are not required to furnish a larger car than 
is necessary to carry the carload minimum weight of the traffic proposed 
to be shipped. Dismissed. 

Travora Manufacturing Company v. Southern Railway Company. Over- 
charge on cotton from Fayetteville to Haw River, N. C. Amount, $44. 
Adjusted. 

D. J. Rose v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Overcharge on lum- 
ber from Rocky Mount to Farmville. Amount, $3.34. Overcharge of $2.64 
found. Adjusted. 

Gregson & Dorsett v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim in favor of R. J. 
Moore, of Pittsboro, N. C, loss of tobacco and cigarettes. Amount, $14.40. 
Claim already having been declined by the Seaboard Air Line Railway, and 
the Commission being without legal authority to enforce payment of loss and 
damage claims, dismissed. 



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A. W. Hankins v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Complaint of slow 
freight service from Eliazbeth City. Matter handled for improvement in the 
service. 

L. A. Cobb & Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Switch- 
ing car of flour at Kinston, which originated at Lansing, Mich. Shipment 
being interstate and, therefore, without the jurisdiction of the Commission, 
dismissed. 

Z. V. Pate v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Overcharge on marl from Bow- 
man, N. C, to Laurel Hill, N. C. Correct rate quoted. 

Durham Lumber Company v. Durham and South Carolina Railway. Claim, 
amount $12.09, overcharge on car lumber from Pittsboro, N. C, to East Dur- 
ham, N. C. Adjusted. 

E. A. Sanders Sons Company v. Seaboard Air Line Railway and Norfolk 
Southern Railroad Company. Loss of goods shipped from Richmond to 
Ellerbe Store Company, Ellerbe, N. C. Settlement having been extended, 
case dismissed. 

Guilford Lumber and Manufacturing Company v. Southern Railway Com- 
pany. Complaint of overcharges on lumber shipments from Garland and 
Red Springs, N. C, to Greensboro, N. C. Correct rate quoted. 

Southern Grocery Company v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim, amount 
$18.60, loss of tobacco shipped by complainants to J. B. Wrenn at Watkins, 
N. C. Claim already having been declined by the Seaboard Air Line Rail- 
way, and the Commission being without authority to enforce "settlement on 
claims for loss and damage, file closed. 

Oscar High v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Overcharge on 
potatoes from Whiteville, N. C, to Richmond, Va. Adjusted. 

Connelly Springs Knitting Mill Company v. Southern Railway Company. 
Claim, amount $82.35, damage to one case of hosiery in an accident at Mud 
Cut, N. C. Adjusted. 

Gloucester Lumber Company v. Southern Railway Company. Switching at 
Rosman. It appearing that the question at issue is one of the use by the 
lumber company of the equipment of the Southern Railway Company on its 
tramroad and the payment of charges therefor, dismissed. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company to the Commission. Application for 
revision of rates between Wilmington and Payetteville, account of water 
competition. Application granted. 

Dr. H. Q. Alexander v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Overcharge on car 
ground limestone from Fletcher, N. C, to Matthews, N. C; amount, $9. 
Adjusted. 

Southern Timber and Lumber Company v. Southern Railway Company. 
Claims aggregating $94.27, account of overcharges on lumber shipments from 
Atlantic Coast Line stations to Southern Railway stations, formerly the Cape 
Fear and Yadkin Valley Railway. Formal order having been issued requiring 
protection of the correct rates and a correction in the tariff of the Southern 
Railway, file closed. 



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Southern Furniture Manufacturers Association v. The Railroads. Com- 
plaining that the present local tariffs applicable on logs are not intelligible. 
Question handled by correspondence, with request that all tariffs be amended. 
File closed. 

Cape Fear Gravel Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company and 
Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Alleged overcharge on clay gravel ship- 
ments from Lillington, N. C, to Wilmington, N. C. Complainant states that 
on account of shipments being consigned to Oakdale Cemetery and, therefore, 
for public improvement in the public cemetery, rate should be the same as 
applicable on gravel for public highway improvement. Held by the Commis- 
sion that rates fixed for movement of clay gravel for public highways and 
municipal improvements are applicable only to shipments the transportation 
charges for which come out of the public money. Dismissed. 

Carolina Creamery Company v. Southern Express Company. Request for 
special rates on milk. Rates issued, file closed. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Application for publication 
of rates on stone dust, carloads, from Ranlo, N. C, to Concord and Davidson, 
70 cents; to Shelby, 85 cents; to Greensboro, $1.10; and on crushed stone, 
carload, from Ranlo to Concord and Davidson, 60 cents; Shelby, 70 cents; 
Greensboro, $1 per ton. Granted. 

Harriet Mills v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim, overcharge on cotton; 
amount, $70.70. Adjusted. 

W. J. Woodley v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Failure to pay 
claims amounting to $266.57. These claims being interstate, the question 
handled by correspondence and file closed at the request of complainant. 

Wilmington, Brunswick and Southern Railroad to the Commission. In re 
shippers refusing to furnish number of feet of lumber loaded on cars which 
moved between points where no scale weights are obtainable. Held by the 
Commission that transportation companies were within their rights in re- 
quiring the owner of the lumber to give number of feet and kind, that proper 
weights may be had by estimation as per classification. 

Norfolk and Western Railway to the Commission. Application to withdraw 
proportional rate on lumber from Durham to Picks and Rougemont. No 
movement now obtaining under this rate, application granted. 

Mulkey Salt Company v. Southern Railway Company. Overcharge on salt 
from Rittman, O., to Canton, N. C. Amount $11. Adjusted. 

Gregson & Dorsett v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim, amount 
$3.47. Adjusted. 

Gregson & Dorsett v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim, loss, 
amount $3.64. Claim having been previously settled, dismissed. 

Freight Audit and Adjustment Company v. Southern Railway Company. 
Claim overcharge on sewer pipe, Greensboro, N. C, to Saluda, N. C. No 
overcharge found. Dismissed. 

Swift & Company v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Overcharge on fertilizer 
originally shipped from Wilmington to Rockingham, but reconsigned to 



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Rockingham via Rockingham Railroad, complainant desiring through rate 
protected. Held by the Commission, that, inasmuch as shipper could origi- 
nally have forwarded shipment via Atlantic Coast Line Railroad and Rock- 
ingham Railroad, obtaining competitive rate, case dismissed. 

Dan River Brick Company v. Norfolk and Western Railway. Claim, over- 
charge on brick, amount $11.95, from Chisman to North Carolina points. 
Adjusted. 

Rentz Bros. Show Company v. Southern Railway. Claim, overcharge on 
show from Kannapolis to Denton. Dismissed for want of sufficient evidence. 

Pepsi-Cola Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. In re over- 
charges on various shipments moving initially via Atlantic Coast Line from 
New Bern to various North Carolina and South Carolina points at higher 
rates than obtained via Norfolk Southern. Held by the Commission that 
agents could net be expected to advise shippers in every case where rates were 
higher via their line than via competing lines, and that shippers should in- 
form themselves to some extent before making shipments. Dismissed. 

Virginia-Carolina Chemical Company v. Southern Railway. Rate on to- 
bacco stems, Winston-Salem to Selma, N. C. Commission having allowed 
withdrawal of special rate of $1.85 on account of no movement, complaint dis- 
missed. 

Dobbin & Ferrall v. Seaboard Air Line. Overcharge on dyed burlaps from 
Summerville, N. J., to Raleigh. Amount 37 cents. Claim paid. 

J. L. Gibson v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim, loss of apples, amount 
60 cents. Adjusted. 

T. T. Adams Company v. Virginia and Southwestern Railway and Carolina, 
Clinchfield and Ohio Railway. Rate on grain from Big Stone Gap, Va., to 
Sevier, N. C. Rate of 26y 2 cents per hundred pounds having been published 
by the Virginia and Southwestern Railway in their I. C. C. 1190, effective 
March 1, 1915, closed. 

W. E. Matthews v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Overcharge on 
household goods from Pantego to Powellsville, N. C, based on released rating 
on account of failure of shippers to have inserted in the shipping receipt the 
release and value-limited clause. Held by the Commission that the regular 
furniture rate as charged would apply. 

C. C. McDonald v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim, overcharge on 
printed matter from St. Paul, Minn., to Raleigh. No overcharge found to 
exist. Dismissed. 

Charlotte Wagon and Auto Company v. Southern Railway. Revision of 
rates on automobile truck bodies, Charlotte to South Carolina points. This 
Commission having no authority, case dismissed. 

J. B. Atkinson v. Carolina and Northwestern Railway. In re use of private 
scales in obtaining weights on their lumber shipments. Held, that the com- 
pany had a right to use private scales as long as correct weights were 
furnished, shippers being interested only in obtaining correct weights. 



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C. A. Cannon v. Southern Railway. Rate on cotton yarn from Concord to 
Kannapolis. This rate having been advanced from 6 to 8 cents per hundred 
pounds by the Special Rate Commission, held by this Commission that, under 
the Justice act, we have no authority to make any change under period of 
six months. 

E. Peterson Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. For fail- 
ure of that company to compete with the Norfolk Southern short-line mileage 
between Washington and Farmville. Held by the Commission that the long- 
and short-haul clause of the Justice act prohibits the Atlantic Coast Line from 
meeting competitive rates. 

East Carolina Railway to the Commission. Claim of Fountain & Company. 
Damage to household goods, amount $6.50, moving in May, 1914, claim having 
been filed more than four months after movement took place. Held by the 
Commission that the shipment moved prior to effective date of the rule in 
section 3, paragraph 3, of the Uniform Bill of Lading, and should be handled 
accordingly. 

W. H. Weatherly Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Rates 
between Elizabeth City and Albemarle Steam Navigation Company landings. 
Adjusted. 

T. J. Ray v. Linville River Railway. Rates on kerosene oil. Held, on 
account of financial condition of this line, no adjustment could be made at 
this time. Dismissed. 

J. W. Darden v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Rate on agricul- 
tural lime from Norfolk to Hertford. Matter not being within the jurisdic- 
tion of this Commission, dismissed. 

J. W. Parsons v. Southern Express Company. Rate on organ from Eagle 
Springs to Candor. No overcharge found to exist. Closed. 

S. McMullan v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Rates on fertilizer 
from Norfolk to Columbia and Scuppernong River landings. Dismissed for 
want of jurisdiction. 

H. M. Foster Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Rate on 
relaying rails from Goldsboro to Kinston. Adjusted. 

W. G. Gaither, manager Perquimans River Line, v. Norfolk Southern Rail- 
road Company. In re rates between stations on Perquimans River and 
stations on the Norfolk Southern Railroad. Adjusted. 

B. N. Sykes v. Albemarle Steam Navigation Company. Failure to issue 
bills of lading for shipments of peanuts when offered at a private wharf, on 
account of no available space on steamer. Held by the Commission that, 
on account of circumstances surrounding this particular wharf, they would 
not require the company to assume risk incurred by issuing bills of lading, 
as such cases as herein cited would not often arise. 

R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company v. Southern Railway. Overcharge on 
leaf tobacco from Mebane to Winston-Salem, amount $9.25. Adjusted. 

Reidsville Paper Box Company v. Southern Railway. Classification of 
empty paper boxes within the State. Second-class rate established. Closed. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS 209 

J. C. H. Wilson v. Southern Railway. Overcharge on household goods from 
Balsam, N. C, to Rock Hill, S. C. No overcharge found. Dismissed. 

East Carolina Railway to the Commission. Improper classification by 
James Ellison & Company, of Washington, N. C, in shipping cigarettes. 
Adjusted. 

Seaboard Air Line Railway to the Commission. In re its being forced to 
accept shipments of flour in paper sacks. Held by the Commission that, v/hile 
it is not prepared to pass finally upon the question without hearing both 
sides, the Commission is inclined to the opinion that transportation com- 
panies would be within their legal rights to refuse shipments of any article 
not properly packed for safe transportation. Dismissed. 

Southern Railway to the Commission. Application to establish mixed car- 
load rating on sewer pipe, earthen or concrete, and fixtures, flues, flue linings, 
flue tops, chimney caps, and drain tile. Classification established. Closed. 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Company to the Commission. Application 
to publish proportional rates on leaf tobacco from Edenton to Wilson on ship- 
ments originating on steamer line connections. Application granted. 

R. H. Newton v. Southern Railway and Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Com- 
pany. Rates on rosin dross from stations on the Atlantic Coast Line to 
Mount Airy. Adjusted. 

Willis Owens v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Delay to shipment 
of one stove from Edenton destined to Plymouth. Adjusted. 

A. G. Kemp v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claims, amount $4.92 
and $4.33, respectively. Adjusted. 

W. C. Thurston v. Southern Railway. Rate on cotton from Liberty to 
Burlington, N. C. Adjusted. 

R. Hope Brison & Company v. Southern Railway. Claim, overcharge, 
amount $9.94. Adjusted. 

Charlotte Shippers and Manufacturers Association v. Seaboard Air Line Rail- 
way. Claim in favor of Cotton Belt Candy Company, amount $1.98. Adjusted. 

H. M. Wade Manufacturing Company v. Southern Railway. Claim, amount 
$10.19, overcharge on fixtures from Charlotte to Durham. Dismissed for want 
of additional evidence. 

Acme Manufacturing Company v. Seaboard Air Line and Atlantic Coast 
Line. Fertilizer material from Wilmington to Acme. Rate of 50 cents estab- 
lished. Dismissed. 

Enterprise Manufacturing Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. 
Overcharge on lumber from Atlantic Coast Line stations destined to Beaufort 
division stations between Goldsboro and Morehead City. Held, that charges 
have been correctly assessed on basis of the local rates of the Norfolk South- 
ern. Dismissed. 

C. P. Aycock v. Southern Express Company. Overcharge on oysters from 
Belhaven to Pantego. Adjusted. 

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210 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

Williams Bros. v. Albemarle Steam Navigation Company. Overcharge on 
window material from Atlanta, Ga., to Harrellsville, N. C. Amount $5.22. 
Adjusted. 

H. M. Wade Manufacturing Company v. Southern Railway. Overcharge on 
fixtures and woodwork from Charlotte to Winston-Salem. Dismissed for 
want of further evidence. 

Whitaker Drug Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Over- 
charge on drugs and medicine from Minneapolis, Minn., to Enfield, N. C. No 
overcharge found. 

English & Oliver v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Rates on 
potatoes from Mount Olive, N. C, to Jacksonville, Fla. Coast Line re- 
established former rates. 

S. L. Warren v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Rates on potatoes 
from Calypso, N. C, to Jacksonville, Fla. Coast Line reestablished former 
rates. 

C. J. Harris Tannery Company v. Southern Railway. Overcharge on spent 
lime from Sylva, N. C, to Whittier, N. C. Amount $48.95. Claim paid. 

J. P. Thomas v. Southern Railway. Rates on spent lime from Sylva, N. C, 
to Murphy Branch stations. Rates established same as on ground limestone. 

East Carolina Railway to the Commission. Application to meet short-line 
rates on the Norfolk Southern between Farmville on the one hand and Green- 
ville and Wilson on the other, rates to apply in connection with the Atlantic 
Coast Line and East Carolina Railway. Application granted. 

S. E. Ellison v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim, damage to 
trunk checked as baggage from New Bern, N. C, to Bayboro, N. C. Not 
within jurisdiction of Commission. Dismissed. 

Fields-Watkins Company, Inc., v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. 
Claim, amount $94.95, shipment of gloves made to Rocky Mount, N. C, and 
sold by the railroad without notification to shippers. The matter not coming 
within the jurisdiction of the Commission, dismissed. 

American Tobacco Company v. Southern Railway Company. Application 
for carload rating on smoking tobacco from Durham, N. C, to Reidsville, 
N. C. Denied. 

Kistler, Lesh & Company v. Southern Railway Company. Rate on bark 
from Fontana, N. C, to Morganton, N. C. Continuous mileage rates between 
the Carolina, Tennessee and Southern and Southern Railways reestablished. 

Parkton Mattress Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. 
Overcharge on cotton factory sweepings from Lowell, N. C, to Parkton, N. C. 
Amount $1.23. Claim paid. 

Bradford Knitting Mills v. Southern Railway Company. Application for 
reduced rating on knitting factory products from Statesville, N. C, to South 
Carolina points. Correspondence resulted in adjustment of rates on mileage 
basis. File closed. 



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L. A. Mclnnis v. Aberdeen and Rockfish Railroad. Claim, loss of sardines, 
amount $7.50. Adjusted. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Application for restora- 
tion of the straight Southern Classification and rating on roots and herbs 
within the State, to take the place of exceptions now provided for in the 
North Carolina Exception Sheet. Denied. 

Railroads to the Commission. Application for advance in minimum weight 
on fertilizer from 24,000 to 30,000 pounds. The minimum having been ad- 
vanced from ten tons to twelve tons, effective October 13, 1914, the application 
for further advance at this time denied. 

Henrietta Mills v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim, overcharge on cot- 
ton from Lattimore to Caroleen, N. C, amount $176.76. Adjusted. 

Bailey Bros., Inc., v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Loss of shipment of 
tobacco consigned to Bynum & Snipes, Osgood, N. C, and subsequently re- 
shipped from that point to Jonesboro, N. C, by an unauthorized person. 
Amount of claim, $41. Paid. 

L. C. Ledford v. Adams Express Company. Claim, amount $45.54, loss 
dressed poultry from Murphy, N. C, to Atlanta, Ga. No delay being shown 
on part of express company, case dismissed. 

J. A. Jones v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim, overcharge on gravel 
from Lilesville, N. C, to Charlotte, N. C. Amount $73.74. Paid. 

W. M. Calhoun v. Southern Railway. Overcharge on shipments from Chat- 
tanooga, Tenn., and Richmond, Va., to Sugar Fork, N. C. No overcharge 
found. Dismissed. 

W. M. Calhoun v. Southern Railway Company. Claim, overcharge on grain 
from Marble, N. C, to Boone Valley, N. C. Amount $1.44. Adjusted. 

Hardy Hill v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim, amount $31.75, 
loss of apples by freezing in shipment from Crimora, Va., to Kinston, N. C. 
Not within jurisdiction of the Commission. Dismissed. 

Atlantic Coast Realty Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. 
Question of demurrage on private passenger cars stored on tracks of the 
railroad when not in use. Not within jurisdiction of the Commission. 
Dismissed. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company to the Commission. Application for 
permission to protect rate of $2.50 per thousand feet on shipment 'of oak logs 
from New Bern, N. C, to Goldsboro, N. C, moving in May, 1914. Application 
granted. 

C. H. Jenkins v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim, amount, $75, 
damage to household goods from Conetoe, N. C, to Elizabeth City, N. C. 
Adjusted. 

C. M. Gilbert v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Rate on salt, car- 
load, from New Bern, N. C, to Goldsboro, N. C, complaint being that the rate 
was recently advanced when the Justice rates became effective. On account 
of the advance being only 10 cents per ton, application denied. 



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Farmers Cotton Oil Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Com- 
plaining of advance in rate on cotton seed from Roanoke River landings to 
Wilson, N. C. Rate of $2.25 published. Dismissed. 

Mengel Box Company v. Southern Railway Company. Rate on plug tobacco 
boxes, Winston-Salem, N. C, to Reidsville, N. C. Rate of 11 cents established. 

J. H. Wearn & Company v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim, overcharge 
on shingles from Shaw's Siding, N. C, to Charlotte, N. C, amount $15.98. 
Adjusted. 

Farmers Cotton Oil Company v. East Carolina Railway. Overcharge on 
cotton seed from Hookerton, N. C, to Wilson, N. C, amount $11.56. Adjusted. 

Mayo Mills v. Norfolk and Western Railway. Overcharge on sand from 
Winston-Salem, N. C, to Mayodan, N. C, amount $23.38: Claim paid. 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Company to the Commission. Application for 
establishment of rate of 50 cents per ton, carload minimum 40,000 pounds, on 
sand from Eagle Springs, N. C, to Charlotte, N. C. Application granted. 

S. McMullen v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Rate on fertilizer 
from Norfolk, Va., to Columbia, N. C. Rate reduced from $2.10 to $1.65 per ton. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company to the Commission. Application to 
cancel rate on rice and rice flakes from Goldsboro, N. C, as published in their 
ICC-A 1965. Granted. 

Glascock Stove and Manufacturing Company v. Southern Railway Company. 
Question of liability of the Southern Railway Company for loss of stove 
destroyed in fire at Madison, N. C. The matter being beyond jurisdiction of 
the Commission, dismissed. 

Norfolk and Western Railway Company to the Commission. Application 
for authority to add transfer charges on less than carload traffic interchanged 
between the Southern Railway and Norfolk and Western Railway at Madison 
and Durham, N. C. Denied. 

Freight Audit and Adjustment Company v. Southern Railway Company. 
Overcharge on lumber shipments from Lawndale Railway stations destined to 
High Point, N. C. The question being deduction of 25 per cent in the South- 
ern Railway proportion. Investigation developed shipments moved from 
Shelby via Blacksburg, thereby taking the matter out of the jurisdiction of 
the Commission. Dismissed. 

James M. Cake v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Discrimination 
in storage charges at Godwin, N. C. Matter investigated and file closed. 

W. H. Weatherly & Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Rates 
between Elizabeth City and Cashie River landings. Rates adjusted. 

J. H. Aydlett Hardware Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. 
Failure to pay claims on interstate traffic. Question being beyond jurisdic- 
tion of the Commission, dismissed. 

Stanly McCormick School v. Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway Com- 
pany. Question of correct rate on less carload shipments of school desks, 



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knocked down, from Grand Rapids, Mich., to Burnsville, N. C. Advice given 
as to the correct rating. File closed. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Application for establish- 
ment of carload rate of four cents per hundred pounds with a minimum of 
20,000 pounds on cotton yarn on section beams, Concord, N. C, to Kannapolis, 
N. C. Granted. 

J. M. Hall v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Overcharge in storage 
charges on shipment of gasoline at Elizabeth City, amount $4.10. Adjusted. 

Roanoke Railway to the Commission. Tariff naming rates on peanuts be- 
tween all stations on the Roanoke Railway, with application for approval. 
Approved. 

J. A. Sexton Lumber Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. 
Claim, overcharge on lumber moving from Harnett, N. C, to New York City. 
Adjusted. 

Gregson & Dorsett v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Overcharge, amount 
$1.06, on shipment from Norfolk, Va., to Broadway, N. C. Adjusted. 

Charlotte Shippers and Manufacturers Association v. Norfolk and Western 
Railway Company. Claim for refund overcharge on shipments transferred at 
Madison, N. C. Dismissed. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company to the Commission. Application for 
refund of overcharge on shipment of cotton from Wagram, N. C, to Fayette- 
ville, N. C, on basis of 17 cents per hundred pounds, which rate was formerly 
effective. Application approved. 

C. S. Vann v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Lumber from Columbia, 
N. C, to Edenton, N. C. Rate of 2 cents per 100 pounds established. 

C. W. Carter v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Rates on grain from 
Hyde County to North Carolina points, the Norfolk Southern having, upon 
our request, established Norfolk proper rates to apply from Hyde County 
points to all destinations on its line within the State, with milling in transit 
at all mill points, the case closed. 

Charlotte Shippers and Manufacturers Association to the Commission. 
Application for reduction in rates on card flats returned after having been 
repaired, between points within the State. Application denied. 

W. H. Weatherly Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Rates 
between Elizabeth City and landings on Simons Creek. Rates established. 

Mrs. Mary Jevens v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim for damage by 
delay to one brooder from Rose Hill, N. Y., to Wilmington, N. C, amount $21. 
Compromised on basis of $5. 

J. W. Hutchings v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim, overcharge on cat- 
tle from Moncure, N. C, to Durham, N. C, amount $6.37. Adjusted. 

J. E. Uzzle v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim, overcharge on stove- 
pipes from Wilmington, N. C, to Bladenboro, N. C, amount $1.20. Claim 
paid. 



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Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company to the Commission. Application for 
permission to protect the crated rating on shipment of lambs from Jackson- 
ville, N. C, to Wilmington, N. C, on account of failure of agent to properly 
advise shippers in the matter of cheapest rate. Granted. 

Stanly McCormick School v. Black Mountain Railway Company. Claim, 
amount $6.59, overcharge on oil from Baltimore, Md., to Burnsville, N. C. 
Adjusted. 

D. L. McBryde v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Demurrage 
charge on cars blocked by weather conditions. The matter being a question 
of contract, dismissed. 

Coats Hosiery Mill v. Durham and Southern and Seaboard Air Line Rail- 
ways. Rates on knitting factory products from Coats, N. C, to eastern cities. 
Rates established the same as to any other mill points in the vicinity. 

F. S. Royster Guano Company v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Overcharge 
on shipment of fertilizer billed "Bethunes, N. C," proper destination being 
"Bethunes Siding, N. C." Dismissed. 

C. J. Harris Tannery Company v. Southern Railway Company. Overcharge 
on spent lime from Sylva, N. C, to Saunook, N. C, amount $11.46. Claim 
paid. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company to the Commission. Application to 
protect rate of $1.50 on cotton-seed hulls from Fayetteville, N. C, to Charlotte, 
N. C.i moving prior to effective date of Supplement 14 to ICC-A 957. Applica- 
tion granted. 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Company to the Commission. Application for 
permission to apply competitive rate on lumber from Roseboro, N. C, to 
Durham, N. C, via Fayetteville and Duncan, the rate legally applicable via 
Atlantic Coast Line, Selma and Southern Railway. Granted. 

C. F. Howell & Co. v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim, overcharge on 
lumber, amount $6.40. Adjusted. 

J. A. Sexton Lumber Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. 
Overcharge on lumber from Harnett, N. C, to Brooklyn, N. Y. Adjusted. 

J. A. Sexton Lumber Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. 
Overcharge on lumber from Harnett, N. C, to Brooklyn, N. Y. Adjusted. 

Foreman-Blades Lumber Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. 
Rates on logs. The Norfolk Southern having established satisfactory adjust- 
ment, file closed. 

C. F. Howell & Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Claims, 
overcharge on lumber, amounts $1.19 and $25.02, respectively. Claims paid. 

Robert J. Lynn v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim, overcharge on 
peanut-popcorn wagon from Chicago, 111., to Raleigh, N. C, amount $16.20. 
Claim paid. 

The Free Press, Kinston, N. C, v. Southern Express Company. Schedules 
from Richmond, business being routed via Weldon and Atlantic Coast Line 



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instead of through Goldsboro and Norfolk Southern. Route changed to satis- 
faction of complainants. Pile closed. 

Southern Furniture Manufacturers Association v. Railroad. Establishment 
of fifth-class rating to apply on iron tacks, which was the rating in effect 
prior to October 13, 1914. Rate restored. 

Revolution Cotton Mills v. Southern Railway. Claim, amount $4.77, over- 
charge on crushed stone from Granite Quarry, N. C, to Greensboro, N. C. 
Claim paid. 

H. M. Wade Manufacturing Company v. Southern Railway Company. 
Claim, overcharge on automobile from Varina, N. C, to Charlotte, N. C, 
amount $12.12. Claim paid. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company to the Commission. Application 
for the establishment of rule to prevent the overloading of cars with forest 
products. Rule No. 39 established as published in Supplement 3 to North 
Carolina Exception Sheet. 

J. W. Zimmerman v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company, overcharge on 
potatoes from Bayboro, N. C, to Charlotte, N. C, amount $6.48. Claim paid. 

Budd-Piper Roofing Company to the Commission. Application for reduc- 
tion in the minimum weight on mixed carload of roofing material within the 
State. On account of there being a number of articles included in the mix- 
ture, the application for reduction in the minimum weight was denied. 

J. M. Love & Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Com- 
plaint of the rate on logs from stations adjacent to Red Springs. The rates 
on logs having recently been revised by the Special Legislative Commission, 
application for reduction denied. 

J. G. Ball & Company to the Commission. Application for restoration of 
rate of 16.2 cents per 100 pounds on molasses in barrels from Wilmington, 
N. C, to Raleigh, N. C, this being the rate formerly in effect. The rate 
ordered restored. 

Blount Bros. v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim, overcharge 
on potatoes from Alliance, N. C, to Pittsburg, Pa., amount $47.86. Claim paid. 

Blount Bros. v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim, overcharge 
on potatoes from Bayboro, N. C, to Cincinnati, O., amount $10. Claim paid. 

Williams Bros. v. Albemarle Steam Navigation Company. Claim, overcharge 
on shipments of dry goods from New York, amount $3.56. Claim paid. 

J. A. Sexton Lumber Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. 
Claim, overcharge on lumber from Harnett, N. C, to New York, amount 
$1.35. Claim paid. 

J. A. Sexton Lumber Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. 
Claim, overcharge on lumber from Harnett, N. C, to New York, amount 
$2.93. Claim paid. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company to the Commission. Application 
to protect rate of $1.10 on shipment of fertilizer from New Bern, N. C, to 



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Kinston, N. C, moving in April, 1914, on account of agent having erroneously 
advised shippers he could protect competitive rate. Application granted. 

R. G. Lassiter v. Southern Railway and Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 
Company. Overcharge on asphalt plant from Rocky Mount, N. C, to Greens- 
boro, N. C. No overcharge found. Dismissed. 

0. W. Monroe v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Claim, over- 
charge on lumber from Garland, N. C, to Greensboro, N. C, amount $3. 
Adjusted. 

Application of Southern Railway Company to the Commission to protect 
rate of 22y 2 cents per 100 pounds on leaf tobacco from Winston-Salem, N. C, 
account of error in tariff. Granted. 

Application of Southern Railway Company to the Commission, requesting 
it be allowed to protect rate of 25 cents per 100 pounds on leaf tobacco from 
Williamston, N. C, to Winston-Salem, N. C, account of error in tariff. 
Granted. 

Salisbury Hardware and Furniture Company v. Southern Railway Com- 
pany. Claim, overcharge on sewer pipe from Greensboro, N. C, to Salisbury, 
N. C. No overcharge found. Dismissed. 

R. W. Livermore Company v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Claim, over- 
charge on oat straw, Pates, N. C, to Wilmington, N. C, amount $3.40. Ad- 
justed. 

Bryson City Block and Tile Company v. Southern Railway Company. Over- 
charge on car of concrete pipe from Bryson City, N. C, to Ela, N. C, amount 
$3. Adjusted. 

R. G. Lassiter v. Southern Railway Company and Atlantic Coast Line Rail- 
road Company. Overcharge on asphalt machine from Greensboro, N. C, to 
Rocky Mount, N. C, amount $54. Adjusted. 

W. T. Cutchin v. Southern Railway Company. Claim, overcharge on house- 
hold goods, etc., from Norwood, N. C, to Chapel Hill, N. C, amount $4.82. 
Adjusted. 

Bryson City Block and Tile Company v. Southern Railway Company. Claim, 
overcharge on car of crushed stone from Hewitts, N. C, to Birdtown, N. C. 
No overcharge found. Dismissed. 

Slayden, Fakes & Company v. Southern Railway Company and Louisville 
and Nashville Railroad Company. Delay to shipments of tobacco from Glas- 
gow, Ky., to Bryson City. Investigation by correspondence and satisfactory 
settlement reached. 

Application by Southern Railway to the Commission for publication of 
mileage rates on chairs to be reshipped from Siler City and North Wilkesboro 
to various chair manufacturing points. Granted. 

F. S. Royster Guano Company v. Railroads. Question of absorption of 
charges on competitive traffic at Charlotte. The question of absorption being 
one of competition between the lines, case dismissed. 



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E. V. Webb & Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim, 
overcharges on leaf tobacco shipments from Fair Bluff and Wallace to 
Kinston, moving via Atlantic Coast Line and Goldsboro. No overcharge 
found. Dismissed. 

Whitaker Drug Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Over- 
charge on marl from Keith's Siding to Enfield, N. C, amount $2.40. Adjusted. 

J. A. Stillman v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim, loss of eggs 
en route from Creswell, N. C, to Newark, N. J., amount $18. Adjusted. 

Application of Southern Railway Company to the Commission to publish 
rate of 55 cents per ton on granite and stone blocks, etc., from Mount Airy, 
N. C, to Greensboro, N. C. Granted. 

Burlington Coffin Company v. Southern Railway Company. Overcharge 
on coffins from Burlington, N. C, to McKenny, Va. Adjusted. 

John E. Phillips v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Demurrage on 
car of automobiles at Fayetteville. No overcharge found. Dismissed. 

Bryson City Block and Tile Company v. Southern Railway Company. Over- 
charge on car of crushed stone from Balfour, N. C, to Bryson City, N. C. No 
overcharge found. Dismissed. 

Gilmore-Rankin Lumber Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Com- 
pany. Overcharge on lumber, amount $8.75. Adjusted. 

Peel & Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Overcharge 
on shipment of smoking tobacco from Kelford, N. C, to Mapleton, N. C. 
Adjusted. 

Jefferson Distributing Company v. Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway. 
Overcharge in lumber rate from Burnsville, N. C, to Penland, N. C. Adjusted. 

Cotton States Wagon Company v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Loss of 
wagon originally shipped to Hendersonville and returned to Monroe, order 
notify. Question involved being one of law, case dismissed. 

Kistler-Lesh Company v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint regarding 
advancement of rate on bark from Pontana, N. C, to Morganton, N. C. 
Southern Railway having adjusted same satisfactorily, dismissed. 

Cary Lumber Company v. Atlantic and Western Railway. Overcharge on 
car of lumber from Lillington, N. C, to Durham, N. C, amount $2.86. Ad- 
justed. 

J. J. Basden v. Southern Railway Company. Claim, overcharge on house- 
hold goods from Denison, Tex., to Raleigh, N. C, amount $2.16. Adjusted. 

Elba Manufacturing Company v. Seaboard Air Line Railway and Maxton, 
Alma and Southbound Railroad Company. Rates on cotton seed from stations 
on Maxton, Alma and Southbound Railroad to Maxton. Adjusted. 

Winston Grain Company v. Southern Railway. Delays to traffic originating 
at East St. Louis, 111. Matter handled with transportation department of 
Southern Railway and service improved. 



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Bryson City Block and Tile Company v. Southern Railway Company. Over- 
charge on pipe from Munford, N. C, to Ela, N. C, amount $13. Adjusted. 

J. A. Sexton Lumber Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. 
Overcharge on lumber from Harnett, N. C, to Brooklyn, N. Y., amount $23.75. 
Adjusted. 

M. J. O'Neil v. Southern Express Company. Claim, loss of lavaliers from 
Philadelphia, Pa., to Henderson, N. C, amount $24. Adjusted. 

W. Carl Thorn v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Damage to bicycle 
traveling as baggage, amount $3.50. Adjusted. 

Bryson City Block and Tile Company v. Southern Railway Company. Claim, 
overcharge on contractor's outfit from Bryson to Bushnell, amount $5.55. 
Adjusted. I' I I J 

Farmers Ginning and Milling Company, Rich Square, N. C, v. Seaboard 
Air Line Railway. Claim, overcharge on cotton seed and hulls, Wilmington, 
N. C, to Rich Square, N. C. Shipment having moved through Virginia, 
removes case from jurisdiction of the Commission. 

Southern Furniture Manufacturers Association v. Southern Railway Com- 
pany. Rate on porch columns from Mocksville, N. C, to Charlotte, N. C. 
Rate of $y 2 cents per 100 pounds issued. Case closed. 

Carolina Power and Light Company v. Railroads. Question of classifica- 
tion of coal tar in tank cars, carload, within the State. Exception Sheet 
amended. Case closed. 

Application of railroads to the Commission to advance rate and minimum 
weight of wall plaster within the State. Minimum weight advanced from 
24,000 to 36,000 without change in rate. Closed. 

Hunter-Rand Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Claim, loss 
of shoes from Batavia, N. Y., amount $102. Adjusted. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Application to protect 
Class P rating on one car of stone from Granite Quarry, N. C, to Raleigh, 
N. C, used in construction of the United States postoffice. Granted. 

Application of Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company to the Commission 
for authority to protect rate of $2.15 on fertilizer, carload, from Wilmington, 
N. C, to Kenansville, N. C. Granted. 

Charlotte Shippers and Manufacturers Association v. Maxton, Alma and 
Southbound Railroad Company. Overcharge on cotton from Rowland, N. C, 
to Glen Raven, N. C, amount $3.88. Adjusted. 

Patten Package Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Over- 
charge on car empty barrels from Calypso, N. C, to Vandemere, N. C. 
Adjusted. 

Freight Audit and Adjustment Company v. Southern Railway Company. 
Overcharge on car rough chair stock from Pleasant Garden to High Point, 
amount $5.60. Adjusted. 



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Application of the Norfolk Southern Railroad Company to the Commission 
to publish rate of $1.50 per 1,000 brick on brick, carload, from Brickhaven 
to Charlotte. Granted. 

PASSENGER SERVICE. 

Southern Railway Company and Smoky Mountain Railway Company to the 
Commission. Application for authority to establish passenger and freight 
agency at Ritter. Railway companies are advised that permission from the 
Commission to establish such agencies is not necessary. Agencies estab- 
lished, case closed. 

Citizens of Mount Gilead v. Raleigh, Charlotte and Southern Railway Com- 
pany. Establishment of passenger depot at Mount Gilead. Commission 
authorizes railroad company to erect suitable station. Case closed. 

Citizens of Speed v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Petition ask- 
ing that defendant company place agent at Speed, a station on its line of 
road. Dismissed. 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Company to the Commission. Permission to 
close nonagency stations. Dismissed. 

Citizens of Pendleton v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Petition for im- 
proved passenger and freight facilities at Pendleton. Dismissed. 

Citizens of Franklinville v. Southern Railway Company. Petition for im- 
proved passenger and freight depot facilities. Defendant company advises 
that improvements will be made. Case is closed. 

Citizens of Greenlee v. Southern Railway Company. Petition for depot 
facilities at Greenlee, station on defendant's line of road. It appearing to the 
Commission that the business at this place is not sufficient to justify the 
expenditure of erecting depot, case is dismissed. 

Citizens of Olivia v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Petition for 
establishment of station at Olivia. It appearing to the Commission that 
there is depot about one mile west of Olivia, and the Commission being with- 
out authority to order establishment of depots nearer than five miles from 
each other, case is dismissed. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company to the Commission. Application 
to discontinue agencies at Montague, Orrum, House, Floral College, Shannon 
and Spring Hill. Application is granted to discontinue agencies at Montague, 
Floral College and Orrum. Case closed. 

Citizens of Windom v. Black Mountain Railway Company. Petition for 
passenger and freight station sheds. Commission being advised by defend- 
ant company that sheds would be erected as soon as weather permitted, case 
is closed. 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Company to the Commission. Application for 
permission to discontinue station at Gregory, station on defendant's line of 
road. Dismissed. 



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Linville River Railway Company to the Commission. Application for per- 
mission to close agency station at Minneapolis, station on defendant's line of 
road. Granted. Case closed. 

City of Charlotte v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint of unsanitary 
condition of passenger station at Charlotte. Commission advised by defend- 
ant company that same will be given attention. Case is closed. 

Citizens of Green Siding v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Appli- 
cation for station facilities; also change in name from Green Siding to 
Roduco. Railroad company advises that proper house will be established for 
protection of freight, and that agency will be established to the end that 
patrons will be able to receive and deliver freight. Case closed. 

Town of Cary v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint that Seaboard and 
Southern railways, either jointly or separately, maintain building within the 
corporate limits of the town at the junction of said railways, same bearing 
name "Ketner." Complainants claim that sign is misleading, and ask that 
building, which is used as signal station, be given satisfactory designation, 
either number or initial. Adjusted. Case closed. 

Citizens of Shawboro v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Petition for 
depot at Shawboro. Defendant company advises that station will be erected 
at this point, and case is closed. 

Citizens of Clarkton v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Petition asking that 
new depot be built, the old one having been destroyed by fire. Defendant 
company advises that depot will be rebuilt, and case closed. 

Citizens of Aulander v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Petition 
asking for new depot and warehouse. Defendant company asks that peti- 
tioners postpone their request. Dismissed. 

Town of Halifax v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Petition asking 
that Halifax be made flag stop for trains Nos. 83, 85, 86, and 82 under certain 
conditions. Dismissed. 

Alex. Lee v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Complaint of passenger 
rates being in excess of the statute rate. Adjusted. Case closed. 

Citiens of Hampstead v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Petition 
for depot at Hampstead. Authority is granted the defendant to cut out flag 
stops at Cypress Lake and Annandale, and company is authorized to proceed 
to erect depot at Hampstead. However, this case is reopened by petition 
asking for removal of passenger station from Topsail to former location of 
Annandale. Defendant company is authorized to reinstate Annandale as 
stop, but authority not given for discontinuing stop at Topsail. Case closed. 

F. A. Lord v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of passenger service. 
Dismissed. 

Citizens of Catawba v. Southern Railway Company. Petition for train No. 
36 to stop on flag at Catawba. This being through train from Memphis, 
Tenn., to Salisbury, N. C, making direct connection for Washington and 
New York, and defendant company advising they could not add any stops to 
the train and maintain their present schedule, case is dismissed. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS 221 

L. W. Thomason v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of accommo- 
dations on passenger trains. Taken up with defendant company for adjust- 
ment. Closed. 

Carolina Mineral Company v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of 
failure of defendant company to pull mileage at Morganton from that point 
to Penland. Adjusted. Case closed. 

M. D. Kinsland et al. v. Tennessee and North Carolina Railroad. Complaint 
of schedule on said line of road. Adjusted. Closed. 

Julian Lewis v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Complaint of pas- 
senger service. Dismissed. 

J. T. Burrus v. Virginia and Carolina Southern Railroad Company. Com- 
plaint of passenger service, asking for double daily service on Elizabethtown 
branch. Defendant company advises that business is not sufficient to justify 
double daily service. Dismissed. 

Kings Mountain Highway Commission v. Southern Railway Company. 
Application for underpass. Adjusted. Case closed. 

John W. Kurfees and W. F. Finley v. Southern Railway Company. Com- 
plaint of failure to- make connection for Rutherfordton at Marion. Adjusted. 
Case closed. 

T. C. Ethridge v. Carolina Railroad Company. Complaint of schedule and 
service on defendant line of road. Dismissed. 

J. L. Scott v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of service rendered 
on special train to Raleigh to attend Melba concert. Defendant company 
advising delay was due to unusually bad weather, case is dismissed. 

Corporation Commission v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company and 
Southern Railway Company. Change in schedule of Southern No. 22, which 
would necessitate change of schedule of A. C. L. train No. 91. Dismissed. 

J. P. Caldwell v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Complaint of 
change in schedule with reference to trains Nos. 54 and 55. Adjusted. Case 
closed. 

George D. Sudduth v. Norfolk and Western Railway Company. Complaint 
of overcharge in passenger fare from Madison to Walnut Cove. Dismissed. 

Citizens of Liberty, Julian and Staley v. Southern Railway Company. Peti- 
tion asking that defendant company install telephone at these stations. Com- 
mission advises defendant company, after being advised of receipts at these 
stations, that it is of opinion that the convenience asked for should be fur- 
nished to the patrons of the company at these points. Case closed. 

Henry A. Page v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Complaint of 
service to and from Jackson Springs. Adjusted. Case closed. 

James L. Reynolds v. Seaboard Air Line Railway and Carolina, Clinchfield 
and Ohio Railway. Complaint of refusal of defendant's agents to pull inter- 
changeable mileage to Laurens, S. C. Adjusted. Case closed. 



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Meroney and Wilson v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of failure 
to make connection at Barber Junction. Adjusted. Case closed. 

Colored citizens of North Carolina — James B. Dudley et al. — v. Southern 
Railway Company. Complaint of passenger service on trains passing through 
Greensboro. Dismissed. 

J. H. Hughes et al. v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint of passenger 
service. Adjusted. Case closed. 

Franklin McNeill v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint as to amount 
of mileage pulled between Raleigh and Laurinburg. Defendant company 
refunds overcharge. Case closed. 

Citizens of Wilmington and New Bern v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Com- 
pany. Complaint of schedule and petition asking that defendant company 
reinstate former schedule between Wilmington and New Bern. Dismissed. 

E. B. Lewis and DeLeon M. Fields v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Com- 
pany and Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Complaint of failure of con- 
nection at New Bern and Goldsboro. Adjusted. Case closed. 

Dr. George W. Mitchell v. East Carolina Railway Company. Complaint of 
failure of defendant company to provide separate accommodations for white 
and colored passengers. Adjusted. Case closed. 

Dr. J. W. Jones (colored) v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of 
failure of defendant company to furnish step boxes for use of negro travelers 
between Winston-Salem and Greensboro. Defendant company advises that 
step boxes will be furnished. Case closed. 

J. B. Pipkin v. Southern Railway Company. Petition for connection of 
train No. 7 at Greensboro with the Sanford train. Defendant company 
advises that train No. 7 makes as fast schedule as possible, and if train 130 
was held at Greensboro for No. 7 much complaint would be made as to late- 
ness in arriving at Sanford and stations on Mount Airy-Sanford branch. 

Judge O. H. Allen v. Southern Railway Company and Atlantic Coast Line 
Railroad Company. Complaint of failure of connection at Selma with A. C. L. 
southbound and Southern Railway train No. 111. Adjusted. Case closed. 

Citizens of Norton v. Southern Railway Company (Tallulah Falls Rail- 
way). Petition to make Norton flag stop for trains Nos. 29 and 40. These 
trains being through trains with connections at Cornelia, case is dismissed. 

J. A. Mahood v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint as to the amount 
of mileage pulled between Southern Railway stations. Dismissed. 

B. D. Nelme v. Seaboard Air Line Railway and Winston-Salem Southbound 
Railroad Company. Petition for connection of trains of defendant company 
at Wadesboro. Dismissed. 

Charlotte Observer v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint of mail and 
passenger service out of Charlotte. Adjusted. Case closed. 

E. R. Craig v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of discontinuance 
of stopping train No. 10 at Skyland. Commission is advised by defendant 
company that stop of train No. 10 at Skyland will be restored. Case is closed. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS 223 

Barnes & Jilcott v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Application for installation 
of telephone in office of defendant company at Roxobel. Company advises 
that telephone will be installed. Case is closed. 

Southeastern Passenger Association to the Commission. Application for 
authority to discontinue in North Carolina sale of interchangeable mileage 
books, Form S. I. M. Granted. 

Seaboard Air Line Railway to the Commission. Application for permission 
to change schedule of Seaboard Jacksonville-New York train No. 2 in order 
to make certain connections. Authority granted. Case closed. 

H. C. Williams v. Southern Railway Company. Petition asking that Icard 
be made flag stop for trains Nos. 15 and 16, and Nos. 21 and 22. Defendant 
company advises that Connelly Springs is only 2.5 miles and Hildebran 3.4 
miles from Icard, and that very few people reside at Icard. Case is dis- 
missed. 

C. N. Green v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Complaint of not 
being able to secure refund on account of mileage exchange for ticket from 
Florence, S. C, to Raleigh, N. C. Adjusted. Case closed. 

Citizens of Mayodan v. Norfolk and Western Railway Company. Applica- 
tion for installation of telephone in office of defendant company. Commission 
is advised that telephone will be installed, and case is closed. , 

Junius D. Grimes v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Complaint that 
step boxes are not used at stations for travelers getting on and off of trains. 
Commission is advised by defendant company that step boxes will be used. 
Case closed. 

L. F. Swain v. Kinston Carolina Railroad Company. Complaint of service, 
rate, etc., from Kinston to Pink Hill. Dismissed. 

O. L. Rowland (Wendell) v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company and 
Western Union Telegraph Company. Complaint of withdrawal of telegraphic 
service at Wendell. Defendant companies advise that telegraphic service will 
be restored. Case closed. 

Prof. J. H. Highsmith (Wake Forest College) v. Seaboard Air Line Rail- 
way. Inadequate passenger service. Dismissed. 

Citizens of Madison v. Norfolk and Western Railway Company. Applica- 
tion for installation of telephone in station at Madison. Telephone installed. 
Case closed. 

George A. Cralle v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint as to passenger 
service with reference to Louisburg and Franklinton. Adjusted. Case closed. 

W. P. M. Bryan v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Complaint with 
reference to ticket advertised by defendant company Saturday nights from 
New Bern to Norfolk, in that same did not include Pullman service. Defend- 
ant company advises that it advertises that these tickets referred to would 
not be honored in Pullman sleeping cars. Case dismissed. 

Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railway Company to the Commission. Ap- 
plication for permission to change passenger stopping place to a point closer 
to Glenwood. Granted. 



224 N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



FREIGHT SERVICE. 

Ryes Milling Company v. Atlantic and Western Railway Company. Peti- 
tion for installation of side-track facilities. Defendant company advises Com- 
mission that it is ready to put in siding when complainant executes regular 
form of agreement for private sidings. Dismissed. 

James R. Thomas v. Southern Railway Company. Petition for installation 
of side-track facilities. Adjusted. Case closed. 

G. W. Bullard v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Application for 
installation of side-track facilities. Defendant company advises that it would 
not be justified in constructing a spur-track on account of the light business, 
but that it is considering the question of side-track for the use of the general 
public. Complainant is furnished copy of this letter and, nothing further 
being heard from him, case is closed. 

Citizens of Mooresville v. Southern Railway Company. Petition for removal 
of passing track immediately below station at Mooresville. After taking the 
matter up with defendant company and being advised that the track was very 
necessary for the use of its trains, case is closed. 

Banner Fertilizer Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Peti- 
tion to Commission asking that defendant company be not allowed to remove 
side-track. Defendant company advises that track serving this industry is 
not to be moved. Case closed. 

H. R. Carman (Wagoners Siding) v. Southern Railway Company. Petition 
against removal of siding known as Wagoners Siding between Gibsonville 
and McLeansville. Matter is taken up with defendant company and it is 
asked to extend time for removal of this siding. However, later defendant 
company is advised by the Commission that it does not object to removal of 
the siding. Case closed. 

R. F. Jarrett v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint with reference to 
side-track in front of piece of property used by public for 30 years, and party 
taking quitclaim and forbidding use of the property. Commission not having 
jurisdiction in matters of this kind, case is dismissed. 

L. L. Richardson v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. Petition for in- 
stallation of side-track facilities. Defendant company advises that side-track 
will be installed. Case is closed. 

L. J. Johnson v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Petition for side-track facili- 
ties. Defendant company advises that there is track within few hundred 
feet of location desired by Mr. Johnson and another track would be a hazard. 
Case is dismissed. 

Oriental-Standard Fish Company v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Company. 
Complaint as to inadequate service on mixed trains. Adjusted. Case closed. 

Citizens of Chowan and Gates Counties v. Norfolk Southern Railroad Com- 
pany. Complaint of freight service on Suffolk-Edenton branch. Adjusted. 
Case closed. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS 225 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Company to the Commission. Application for 
permission to establish at points named local transfer and switching charge 
of $2.50 per car regardless of weight. This charge to apply on traffic that 
originates at and discharged at another point on defendant's rails, where 
haul does not exceed distance of two miles; this charge to supersede and take 
place of the varying switching charges now in effect. Commission grants 
application with the usual understanding that action is reviewable upon 
complaint. Case closed. 

J. B. Atkinson v. Carolina and Northwestern Railway Company and South- 
ern Railway Company. Application for installation of track scale facilities 
at Gastonia. Defendant companies advise that there is not sufficient carload 
business at Gastonia to justify installation of track scales. Dismissed. 

T. L. Gwyn v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint of arrangements for 
penning and feeding cattle at Raleigh, the charge at this point being 40 
cents per head, or $10 to $20 per car, while the charge at other points is $6 
per car. Dismissed. 

Charlotte Shippers and Manufacturers Association v. Seaboard Air Line 
Railway. Complaint of delayed shipments. Adjusted. Case closed. 

Adams Grain and Provision Company v. Southern Railway Company. Com- 
plaint of form of freight service known as Peddler Car. Complainants are 
advised that the Peddler Car service is part of a general system of service 
inaugurated upon order of the Interstate Commerce Commission that has 
been extended until it is presumed that the whole country is practically 
covered by service of this character. The transportation service is interstate 
transportation, and all business it has is interstate commerce, and it does 
not appear, therefore, that the State authorities would be able to deal with 
same. Suggestion is made that it might be taken up with the Interstate 
Commerce Commission. Case closed. 

James N. Cake v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Complaint of 
manner in which car is handled. Dismissed. 

George Harden v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint of no provision 
being made for unloading live stock in Raleigh, the nearest point being the 
stock pens built some distance from Raleigh and used mainly for unloading 
and feeding shipments of live stock passing through Raleigh. Dismissed. 

T. W. Mewborn & Company v. Kinston-Carolina Railroad Company. Com- 
plaint of freight service. Adjusted. Case closed. 

Bryson City Ice Company v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint as 
to service with reference to ice shipments. Dismissed. 

Piedmont Wagon and Manufacturing Company v. Southern Railway Com- 
pany. Complaint of service as to shortage at Spencer transfer. Adjusted. 
Case closed. 

Green River Manufacturing Company (Tuxedo) v. Southern Railway Com- 
pany. Complaint as to condition of yard at Tuxedo, side-track facilities, etc. 
Defendant company advises that extension will be made to existing leading 
track, which it thinks will remedy trouble and complaint. Case closed. 

Part I,— Corp. Com., 1915.— 15 



226 N. C. COKPOEATION COMMISSION 

Standard Supply Company v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Com- 
plaint of freight service at Wilmington. Adjusted, and case closed. 

Peele & Company v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint of service at 
Roxobel. Adjusted. Case closed. 

Edenton Ice and Cold Storage Company. Complaint of freight service. 
Adjusted. Case closed. 

Citizens of Julian, Liberty, Siler City, Mount Airy, and North Wilkesboro 
v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint of discontinuance of freight 
service between Mount Airy and Greensboro. Defendant company advises 
that the service between these points has been restored to the former basis. 
Complaint is also made with reference to discontinuance of service between 
Greensboro and Sanford. Adjusted. Case closed. 

Kinston-Carolina Railroad Company to the Commission. Application for 
permission to discontinue acceptance of freight for Howards. Granted. Case 
closed. 

Town of Mount Olive v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Complaint 
is made to the Commission of the character of drain-pipe used under tracks 
of defendant company. Defendant company advises that it is willing to 
modify contract to the extent of requiring only the placing of cast-iron pipe 
beneath tracks, with reservation that if company should later install tracks 
on its right of way cast-iron pipe should be placed underneath such additional 
tracks. The Commission thinking this a reasonable provision, so notifies com- 
plainant, and case is closed. 

East Carolina Railway Company to the Commission. Application for per- 
mission to close freight warehouse at Tarboro at 1 o'clock on Saturday during 
the months of June, July and August. Granted. Case closed. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company to the Commission. Application 
for permission to close station at Weldon at 5 p. m. instead of 6 p. m. Granted. 
Case closed. 

Southern Railway Company to the Commission. Application for permis- 
sion to discontinue Schenck, Charleston Division, near Shelby, as prepay 
station and take out track. Defendant company advises that track was put 
in to serve mill which is now burned down, and Commission then advises 
defendant company that authority is not necessary to discontinue same, if 
agreeable to parties formerly served. Case closed. 

Peele-Parker Company v. Seaboard Air Line Railway. Complaint as to 
service at Roxobel. Defendant company advises that service was due to new 
agent, but in the future there would be no cause for complaint. Case closed. 

Citizens of Leens v. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Petition asking 
for agent to receive and deliver freight. Defendant company advises that 
caretaker will be appointed to take care of the situation at Leens. Case 
closed. 

Damascus Lumber Company v. Virginia-Carolina Railway Company. Com- 
plaint with reference to contract defendant company requires complainant 
to sign. Adjusted. Case closed. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS 227 

Statesville Grocery Company v. Southern Railway Company. Complaint 
as to platform, same having no cover and shipments are not protected from 
weather. Defendant company advises that improvements will be made which 
will afford better facilities at this place. Case closed. 

SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY. 

Citizens of Carthage v. Southern Express Company. Petition with reference 
to handling express via Cameron and the Randolph and Cumberland Railway 
Company, making shorter distance and lower rates. It appearing that Inter- 
state Commerce Commission has recently issued order materially affecting 
express rates on interstate shipment, which will materially reduce interstate 
rates to and from Carthage, case is dismissed. 

S. P. Willis v. Southern Express Company. Complaint of delay in return 
on C. O. D. shipments. Complaint called to attention of company. Closed. 

New Bern Chamber of Commerce v. Southern Express Company. Complaint 
of inadequate express service from New Bern to Washington, Goldsboro and 
other points. Complaint taken up with express company, and, it being under- 
stood same is adjusted, as nothing further is heard from complainant, case 
is closed. 

Dr. Delia Dixon-Carroll v. Southern Express Company. Claim for damage 
to shipment. Dismissed. 

P. W. Hargett & Son v. Southern Express Company. Complaint of rate. 
Adjusted. Case closed. 

Nash Brothers v. Southern Express Company. Complaint of rate. Ad- 
justed. Case closed. 

Citizens of Ridgeway v. Southern Express Company. Complaint of service 
during cantaloupe season. Adjusted. Case closed. 

L. R. Strickler v. Southern Express Company. Complaint of service ren- 
dered by company. Adjusted. Case closed. 

Citizens of Manteo v. Southern Express Company. Complaint of service 
and asking for establishment of office. Manteo not being located on any line 
of railway, and the Commission being without authority to require said com- 
pany to extend its service into additional territory, complaint is dismissed as 
to establishment of depot. The matter of Southern Express Company receiv- 
ing shipments at the boat landing, Manteo being reached by boat, is taken 
up with boat line and express company, which would have the effect of fur- 
nishing expeditious express service. Adjusted. Case closed. 

E. J. Forney v. Southern Express Company. Complaint of inadequate 
facilities at express office in Greensboro. Dismissed. 

Southern Express Company to the Commission. Application to close ex- 
press office at Willitts. Granted. Case closed. 

P. D. Gold Publishing Company v. Southern Express Company. Complaint 
as to delivery limits in Wilson. Adjusted. Case closed. 



228 N. C. CORPOKATION COMMISSION 

Southern Express Company to the Commission. Application for permission 
to close office at Paint Rock and Hewitts. Granted. Case closed. 

Pisk Rubber Company v. Southern Express Company. Complaint with ref- 
erence to method of handling call collections of merchandise to outgoing 
points. Adjusted. Case closed. 

Southern Express Company to the Commission. Application for permis- 
sion to discontinue agency at Newell. After consideration of statement of 
business at this point, Commission is of opinion that the amount handled is 
sufficient to justify the continuance of agency in connection with the railroad 
company. Case closed. 

Mayor of Winston-Salem v. Southern Express Company, Postal Telegraph 
Company, and Western Union Telegraph Company. Complaint as to delivery 
limits of these companies at Winston-Salem. Adjusted. Case closed. 

TELEGRAPH. 

Town of McDonalds v. Western Union Telegraph Company. Petition for 
establishment of office. Dismissed. 

Citizens of Glenwood and Nealsville v. Western Union Telegraph Company. 
Petition for establishment of office at Glenwood Station. Answer is filed by 
defendant company, advising that the business at that place would not justify 
an office. Petitioners being given copy of answer and nothing further being 
heard from them, case is dismissed. 

Citizens of Plymouth v. Western Union Telegraph Company. Complaint of 
service. Adjusted. Case closed. 

LaGrange v. Western Union Telegraph Company. Complaint of discon- 
tinuance of agency at LaGrange. Commission is advised by defendant com- 
pany that arrangements were effected to restore the telegraph service at that 
place. Case is closed. 

Kings Mountain Progressive Association v. Western Union Telegraph 
Company and Southern Railway Company. Complaint of limited night tele- 
graph service. Adjusted. Case closed. 

Citizens of Elizabethtown v. Postal Telegraph Company and Western Union 
Telegraph Company. Complaint of service. Adjusted. Case closed. 

Ashley Home & Son v. Western Union Telegraph Company. Complaint 
as to service at Clayton. Adjusted. Case closed. 

B. F. Williams v. Western Union Telegraph Company. Complaint of service 
at Tunis. Dismissed. 

Selma Supply Company v. Western Union Telegraph Company. Application 
for delivery service of C. N. D. reports. Dismissed. 

TELEPHONE. 

Town of Oriental v. Pamlico and Craven Telephone Company. Complaint 
of inefficient service. Matter is taken up with telephone company, and the 
Commission is advised that same will be adjusted. Case closed. 



DECISIONS AND ADJUSTMENT OF COMPLAINTS 229 

W. H. Pearson v. Candler Mutual Telephone Company. Complaint of ser- 
vice. Dismissed. 

A. Tankersly v. Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company. Com- 
plaint of defendant company removing telephone because of refusal to sign 
contract. Adjusted. Case closed. 

H. C. Bridgers v. Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Company. Complaint 
of overcharge on message from Tarboro to Snow Hill. Commission is advised 
that toll rates of company are being refigured with the idea of adjusting such 
discrepancies. Case closed. 

Snow Camp Mutual Telephone Company v. Southern Bell Telephone and 
Telegraph Company. Complaint as to telephone connection. Adjusted and 
complaint withdrawn. 

R. H. Tucker v. Norwood Telephone Company. Complaint of discrimina- 
tion. Dismissed. 

James G. Mehegan v. Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company. 
Complaint of service between Siler City and Raleigh. Adjusted. Case closed. 

C. H. Griffin v. Roanoke and Chowan Telephone Company. Complaint of 
service. Adjusted. . Case closed. 

R. I. Henry v. Consolidated Telephone Company. Complaint of rate for 
toll service. Dismissed. 

T. P. Fulton v. Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company. Com- 
plaint of service. Withdrawn. Case closed. 

Midas Spring Water Company v. Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph 
Company. Complaint of service. Adjusted, and case closed. 

D. B. Henderson v. Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company. Peti- 
tion asking that the Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company be 
required to install telephone at his place of business and connect with its 
suburban line by way of Port Mill or Pineville. Adjusted. Petition with- 
drawn. Case closed. 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company to the Commission. 
Application for approval of schedule of rates for the town of Cary. The fol- 
lowing rates are approved: 

Until one hundred stations are connected with said Cary, N. C, 
exchange, the rates for the following classes of local exchange tele- 
phone service shall be as follows: 

Unlimited special line business stations, per month $2.50 

Unlimited duplex line business stations, per month 2.00 

Unlimited party line business stations, per month 2.00 

Unlimited special line residence stations, per month 2.00 

Unlimited duplex line residence stations, per month 1.50 

Unlimited party line residence stations, per month 1.50 

After one hundred stations are connected with said Cary, N. C, 
exchange, and until three hundred stations are connected with said 



230 W. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 

Cary, N. C, exchange, the rates for the following classes of local 
exchange telephone service shall be as follows: 

Unlimited special line business stations, per month $3.00 

Unlimited duplex line business stations, per month 2.50 

Unlimited party line business stations, per month 2.50 

Unlimited special line residence stations, per month 2.00 

Unlimited duplex line residence stations, per month 1.50 

Unlimited party line residence stations, per month 1.50 

After three hundred stations are connected with said Cary, N. C, 
exchange, the rates charged by the said party of the first part for 
local exchange telephone service shall not exceed rates charged by 
it for the same class of service in other cities and towns in the State 
of North Carolina of similar size and operating under similar con- 
ditions. 

Case closed. 

Citizens of Warsaw (Johnson & Johnson) v. Hallsville Telephone Company. 
Complaint of service. Adjusted. Case closed. 

G. L. Stine (Hildebran) v. Hickory Electric Company. Complaint of ser- 
vice. Dismissed. 

North State Telephone Company v. Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph 
Company. Complaint as to contract between the defendant company and the 
Zinzendorf Hotel, Winston-Salem. Complainant is advised that the Commis- 
sion could not with propriety go into investigation of the legality of contract, 
except upon complaint in nature of petition from contracting party, the 
Zinzendorf Hotel. Case closed. 



ELECTRIC, GAS, STEAMBOAT, ETC. 

Carolina Fruit and Truckers Journal v. Tidewater Power Company. Com- 
plaint of excessive charge for gas and electric power. Dismissed. 

Alfred W. Dula v. Blowing Rock Line. Complaint of discrimination of 
rates. Dismissed. 

Citizens of Tryon v. Tryon Electric Light and Power Company. Complaint 
of charges for water rental. Dismissed. 

Clinton Hardware Company v. Sampson Power Company. Complaint of 
rates. Dismissed. 

E. T. Darden v. Albemarle Steam Navigation Company. Complaint of 
wharfage charges. Defendant company advises that the charges are made by 
owners of the wharves, over which it has no control, as owners will not rent 
them to defendant company, but simply allow them to land steamers free of 
charge and they assess and collect the wharfage. Dismissed. 

J. H. Aydlett v. Eastern Carolina Transportation Company. Claim for 
shipment damaged and lost in transit. Adjusted. Case closed. 

East North Carolina Sanitary Waterworks Company v. Albemarle Steam 
Navigation Company. Complaint of service to Gatesville. Dismissed. 



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ASSESSMENT OF THE PULLMAN COMPANY 



51 



THE PULLMAN COMPANY 

STATEMENT M — Mileage in North Carolina over which the Pullman Company operates cars. 



Over Atlantic Coast Line Railroad.. 

Over Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Over Southern Railway 

Over Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Over Norfolk and Western Railway- 
Total mileage 



436 .48 miles. 

427 .09 miles. 

551.14 miles. 

242 .17 miles. 

46.00 miles. 



Total valuation $ 411,274.00 

Valuation per mile 241 .51 



1,702.88 miles. 



Apportioned to Counties as follows: 



County 



Miles 



Value 



Alamance 

Anson 

Beaufort 

Bertie 

Bladen 

Brunswick.. . 
Buncombe... 

Burke 

Cabarrus 

Camden 

Caswell 

Catawba 

Chatham 

Chowan 

Cleveland 

Columbus 

Craven 

Cumberland- 
Currituck 

Davidson 

Duplin 

Durham 

Edgecombe. . 

Forsyth 

Franklin 

Gaston 

Gates 

Granville 

Greene 

Guilford 

Halifax 

Harnett 

Henderson... 

Hertford 

Iredell 

Johnston 

Lee 

Madison 

McDowell 

Mecklenburg 

Moore 

Nash 



17.05 


$ 4,118 


27.58 


6,661 


34.14 


8,245 


15.80 


3,816 


32.80 


7,921 


25.12 


6,067 


46.01 


11,111 


29.70 


7,173 


17.16 


4,144 


5.01 


1,210 


21.55 


5,205 


22.86 


5,521 


7.39 


1,785 


10.07 


2,432 


8.77 


2,118 


59.35 


14,334 


23.43 


5,659 


32.74 


7,907 


14.48 


3,497 


24.80 


5,989 


33.96 


8,201 


16.22 


3,917 


35.75 


8,634 


29.30 


7,077 


12.93 


3,123 


23.00 


5,555 


16.30 


3,937 


2.20 


531 


8.04 


1,942 


62.57 


15,112 


54.26 


13,104 


6.42 


1,550 


21.56 


5,207 


12.60 


3,043 


20.11 


4,857 


31.24 


7,545 


22.48 


5,430 


28.40 


6,859 


32.24 


7,787 


47.40 


11,448 


24.58 


5,936 


21.85 


5,277 



52 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



THE PULLMAN COMPANY— Continued. 



County 


Miles 


Value 




16.97 
26.64 
17.27 
12.12 
25.19 
15.76 

5.20 
29.09 
10.00 

0.60 
41.33 
65.30 
41.65 
38.12 
18.39 
10.00 
39.90 
20.66 
86.21 
31.24 
27.80 
29.76 
54.46 


$ 4,095 
6,434 






4,171 




2,927 




6,083 




3,807 




1,256 


Pitt - - 


7,026 


Polk 


2,415 




145 




9,982 




15,771 




10,059 




9,206 




4,441 




2,415 




9,637 




4,990 


Wake „ 


20,821 




7,545 




6,714 




7,188 




13,161 






Totals 


1,702.88 


411,274 







ASSESSMENT OF SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY 



53 



SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY 

STATEMENT N. 

Total valuation $ 650,000.00 

Less local assessment. 56,883.00 

$ 593,117.00 

Number of miles 4,433.26 

Value per mile $ 133.79 



Apportioned to Counties as follows: 



County 


Mileage 


Value 
per Mile 


Value 




17.00 
9.16 
58.66 
86.26 
40.57 
57.05 
57.86 
55.12 
31.88 
25.35 
38 .34 
5.00 
18.57 
22.48 
42.80 
58.35 
35.97 
30.30 
54.91 
84.52 
80.07 
99.93 
14.30 
91.30 
17.68 
36.96 
65.47 
61.83 
83.33 
22.94 
59.76 
35.64 
67.38 
17.67 
107.48 
81.29 
66.84 
21.58 
33.13 
18.53 
37.65 
58.11 
22.81 
61.22 
16.97 


$ 133 .79 


$ 2,281.00 




1,225.00 






7,848.00 






11,541.00 






5,428.00 






7,633.00 
7,741.00 
7,374.00 
4,265.00 
3,392.00 


















Caldwell - - . 




5,130.00 






670 .00 






2,484.00 






3,008.00 






5,726.00 






7,807.00 






4,812.00 






4,054.00 






7,346.00 






11,308.00 






10,713.00 






13,370.00 






1,912.00 






12,214.00 






2,365.00 






4,945.00 






8,760.00 






8,271.00 






11,148.00 






3,070.00 






7,994.00 






4,767.00 






9,014.00 






2,364.00 


Guilford 




14,379.00 
10,875.00 










8,943.00 






2,887.00 
4,432.00 






Hertford 




2,479.00 


Hoke 1 




5,037.00 


Iredell 




7,774.00 






3,052.00 






8,190.00 


Jones . 




2,270.00 



54 



N". C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY— Continued. 



County- 


Mileage 


Value 
per Mile 


Value 




51.22 
30.07 
30.56 
15.92 
90.69 
28.40 
97.32 
39.69 
58.67 

102 .96 
52.24 
41.05 
33.05 
49.36 
27.41 
36.31 
29.97 
22.29 
62.99 
25.37 
27.39 
94.77 
10.00 
68.83 
55.78 

154.55 
59.36 
71.98 
76.27 
49.35 
33.74 
78.11 
31.47 
50.53 
38.77 
30.53 
7.00 
39.90 
28.16 

146.89 
31.03 
65.85 
47.31 
18.11 
54.61 
29.36 


$ . 


$ 6,853.00 






4,023.00 






4,089.00 






2,130.00 






12,133 00 






3,800.00 






13,020.00 


Mitchell . _.. ... . ... 




5,310.00 






7,850.00 






13,775.00 






6,990.00 






5,492.00 






4,421.00 






6,604.00 






3,667.00 






4,858.00 






3,742.00 






2,982.00 






8,427.00 






3,394.00 






3,665.00 


Pitt 




12,678.00 


Polk . 




1,337.00 






9,209.00 






7,463.00 






20,677.00 






7,942.00 






9,630.00 






10,204.00 






6,603.00 






4,514.00 






10,450.00 






4,211.00 






6,760.00 






5,187.00 






4,085.00 


Tyrrell 




937.00 






5,338.00 






3,768.00 


Wake. 




19,652.00 






4,152.00 






8,810.00 






6,330.00 


Wilkes.. 




2,423.00 






7,306.00 






3,928.00 








Totals.. 


4,433.26 




593,117.00 









ASSESSMENT OF TELEGRAPH PROPERTY 



55 



POSTAL TELEGRAPH-CABLE COMPANY 

STATEMENT 0. 
Total valuation.. $ 96,787.00 



Apportioned to Counties as follows: 



County 


Miles of 
Wire 


Value 




34 .40 
60.00 
95.20 


$ 1,154 .00 




1,541.00 




3,170.00 




27.80 


919 .00 




62.00 

83.65 

59.20 

58.31 

17.00 

66.00 

287 .67 

172.20 

40.00 

42.27 

137 .05 

184 .00 

27.00 

350.57 

121.00 

210.00 

40.00 

136.12 

19.50 


1,411.00 




1,758.00 




1,189.00 




1,228.00 




562.00 




1,844.00 




6,170.00 




3 , 622 .00 




1,349.00 




1,180.00 




2,621.00 




3,716.00 




737 .00 


Guilford __. 


7,878.00 




2,303.00 




4,035.00 




672 .00 


Hoke . 


2,733.00 




532 .00 




178.65 


3,799.00 




43.50 
4.00 
57 .20 
34 .40 
90.00 


1,187.00 




290 .00 




1,082.00 




1,138.00 


Pitt . . 


2,478.00 


Polk ■ 


18.00 

11.00 

20.24 

169 .60 

203 .00 

175.95 

237 .05 

513 .83 

268 .95 

63.00 


284 .00 




226 .00 


Robeson . ... . . ... _ . 


355 .00 




3,421.00 




4,228.00 




3,469.00 




4,501.00 


Wake 


10,800.00 




5,099.00 




1,762.00 


Cape Fear River . . ._ ...... . 




344 .00 








Total 




96,787.00 









56 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



POSTAL TELEGRAPH-CABLE COMPANY— Continued. 
Apportioned to Towns as follows: 



Town 


Miles of 
Wire 


Value 


Acme ... . . ._ .... ... . 


0.50 
4.00 
4.00 

21.00 
8.40 
2.70 
1.00 
1.60 

21.00 
9.90 

15.39 

26.25 
1.50 
2.00 
1.44 

24.00 
1.00 

22.00 
2.00 

10.50 
4.00 

13.00 
7.00 

10.00 
8.00 
1.50 

29.00 
8.00 

14.00 
5.25 

11.00 

15.00 
3.00 
2.50 
1.50 
2.25 


$ 17 .00 




255 00 




148 .00 




620 .00 


Concord .. . .. . . - . 


200 .00 




116.00 




55.00 


Elon College 


52.00 


Fayetteville ....... ... ... ... _ . .. .. .. .. 


513 .00 


Forestville.. .. . ... .. . .. _. .. ... ..... 


187 .00 


Franklinton . . . . ... ..... .. 


321 .00 




564.00 




62 .CO 




47.00 




47 .00 


Greensboro. .... . .. .. .. .... . 


595 .00 




66.00 




437 .00 




74.00 


High Point .... ... 


238 .00 




115.00 




268 .00 




161 .00 




213 .00 




160.00 




75.00 




805 .00 




176 .00 




316.00 




125 .00 




208 .00 




305 .00 




97.00 




240.00 




74.00 




88 .00 






Totals.. . . 


315.18 


8,041 .00 







ASSESSMENT OF TELEGRAPH PROPERTY 



57 



WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY 

STATEMENT Oa. 

Total value $ 900,000.00 

Miles of wire 23,011.24 

Average value per mile $ 39.11 



Apportioned to Counties as follows: 



County 



Alamance 

Alexander 

Anson 

Avery 

Beaufort 

Bertie 

Bladen 

Brunswick... 
Buncombe. .. 

Burke 

Cabarrus 

Caldwell 

Camden 

Carteret 

Caswell 

Catawba 

Chatham 

Cherokee 

Chowan 

Cleveland 

Columbus 

Craven 

Cumberland- 
Currituck 

Davidson 

Davie 

Duplin 

Durham 

Edgecombe.. 

Forsyth 

Franklin 

Gaston 

Gates 

Granville 

Greene 

Guilford 

Halifax 

Harnett 

Haywood 

Henderson... 

Hertford 

Hoke 

Iredell 

Jackson 

Johnston 

Jones 

Lee 

Lenoir. 



kliles of 
Wire 


Value 


119.23 


$ 4,663.00 


7.00 


274 .00 


396.94 


15,524.00 


10.00 


391 .00 


103 .50 


4,048.00 


109.18 


4,270.00 


165 .00 


6,453.00 


194 .38 


7,602.00 


311.45 


12,180.00 


154 .00 


6,023.00 


466.32 


18,238.00 


29.94 


1,171.00 


10.00 


391 .00 


48.60 


1,900.00 


268 .30 


10,493.00 


160.00 


6,258.00 


199.78 


7,813.00 


78.71 


3,078.00 


22.00 


860 .00 


257 .05 


10,053.00 


616.58 


24,114.00 


218.20 


8,533.00 


366.20 


14,322.00 


28.00 


1,095.00 


1,010.34 


39,-514.00 


38.00 


1,486.00 


392 .58 


15,353.00 


186.86 


7,308.00 


789 .93 


30,894.00 


182 .20 


7,126.00 


222 .80 


8,714.00 


475 .85 


18,610.00 


119.68 


4,681.00 


122 .20 


4,780.00 


10.30 


403 .00 


1,536.93 


60,110.00 


673 .65 


26,346.00 


91.12 


3,563.00 


42.00 


1,643.00 


182 .00 


7,118.00 


112.92 


4,416.00 


13.50 


528 .00 


162 .90 


6,371.00 


46.00 


1,800.00 


487 .43 


19,063.00 


22.50 


880 .00* 


505 .42 


19,767.00 


76.26 


2,982.00 



58 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 
WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY— Continued. 



County 



Lincoln 

Macon 

Madison 

Martin 

McDowell 

Mecklenburg.. 
Montgomery.. 

Moore 

Nash 

New Hanover 
Northampton. 

Onslow 

Orange 

Pamlico 

Pasquotank... 

Pender 

Perquimans.. . 

Person 

Pitt 

Polk 

Randolph 

Richmond 

Robeson 

Rockingham- . 

Rowan 

Rutherford 

Sampson 

Scotland 

Stanly 

Stokes 

Surry 

Swain 

Transylvania- 
Tyrrell 

Union 

Vance 

Wake. 

Warren 

Washington... 

Wayne 

Wilkes 

Wilson 

Totals 



Miles of 
Wire 



50.52 
4.00 
142 .07 
173 .02 
189 .90 
1.137.23 

65.00 
329 .50 

46.56 
207 .48 
473 .90 

36.00 
125 .00 

21.47 

26.90 

337 .20 

3.00 

58.00 
172.21 

60.00 
125 .90 
619.56 
492 .90 
891 .65 
1,170.16 
126.60 

96.00 
139 .00 

35.00 

85.00 

68.00 

78.00 

30.20 

7.00 

423 .40 

428 .32 

1,370.00 

367 .00 

45.00 
435 .09 

18.00 
427 .77 



23,011.24 



Value 



1,975.00 

156.00 

5,556.00 

6,767.00 

7,427.00 

44,477.00 

2,542.00 

12,887.00 

1,820.00 

8,115.00 

18,534.00 

1,408.00 

4,888.00 

840 .00 

1,052.00 

13,188.00 

1,252.00 

2,268.00 

6,735.00 

2,346.00 

4,924.00 

24,231.00 

19,277.00 

34,872.00 

45,765.00 

4,951.00 

3,754.00 

5,436.00 

1,369.00 

3,324.00 

2,660.00 

3,050.00 

1,181.00 

274 .00 

16,560.00 

16,751.00 

53,581.00 

14,353.00 

1,760.00 

17,016.00 

704.00 

16,771.00 



900,000.00 



Apportioned to Towns as follows: 



Town 


Miles of 
Wire 


Value 




5.50 
8.83 
1.85 
0.80 
6.30 
1.07 


$ 215.00 




345 .00 




. 72 .00 




31.00 




247.00 


Asheboro 


41.00 



ASSESSMENT OF TELEGRAPH PROPERTY 



59 



WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY— Continued. 




Miles of 
Wire 


Value 


34.58 


■S 1,352.00 


0.30 


12.00 


7.42 


284 .00 


0.22 


10.00 


2.40 


93.00 


3.00 


117.00 


45.00 


1,760.00 


1.89 


73.00 


5.30 


208 .00 


3.60 


140 .00 


0.80 


31.00 


3.30 


129 .00 


11.86 


464 .00 


7.44 


291 .00 


0.57 


23.00 


4.00 


157 .00 


27.64 


1,081.00 


9.03 


353 .00 


85.46 


3,342.00 


1.16 


45.00 


37.18 


1,454.00 


4.00 


157 .00 


3.99 


153 .00 


33.00 


1,290.00 


9.04 


354 .00 


21.91 


856.00 


1.26 


49.00 


5.00 


196.00 


4.00 


157 .00 


5.32 


208.00 


0.73 


29.00 


0.28 


10.00 


1.83 


72.00 


0.76 


30.00 


0.67 


26.00 


6.00 


235 .00 


7.40 


289 .00 


1.00 


40.00 


0.93 


36.00 


2.40 


94.00 


1.51 


59.00 


19.68 


769 .00 


25.84 


1,000.00 


0.80 


32.00 


6.70 


262 .00 


5.04 


197 .00 


21.90 


856 .00 


0.83 


32.00 


30.05 


1,175.00 


3.42 


133 .00 


11.00 


430.00 


6.30 


246.00 


2.00 


78.00 


53.87 


2,107.00 


28.65 


1,120.00 


0.83 


32.00 


2.40 


94.00 



Asheville 

Ayden 

Battleboro 

Bayboro 

Beaufort 

Benson 

Bessemer City... 

Bethel 

Black Creek 

Black Mountain 

Bryson City 

Burgaw 

Burlington 

Cameron 

Canton 

Carthage 

Cary 

Chadbourn 

Charlotte 

Cherry ville 

China Grove 

Claremont 

Clarkton 

Clinton 

Clayton 

Concord 

Conetoe 

Conover 

Cove 

Cleveland 

Clyde 

Creswell 

Davidson 

Dallas 

Dillsboro 

Dunn 

Durham 

Earles 

Elkin 

Elk Park 

Ellenboro 

Elm City 

Enfield 

Everetts 

Faison 

Fair Bluff 

Fayette ville 

Forest City 

Forestville 

Four Oaks 

Franklinton 

Fremont 

Garland 

Gastonia 

Goldsboro 

Goldston 

Godwin 



60 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY— Continued. 



Town 



Miles of 
Wire 



Granite Falls. 
Greensboro... 

Greenville 

Grifton 

Grover 



Halifax.. 

Henderson 

Hendersonville. 

Hickory 

High Point 

Hillsboro 

Hobgood 

Hope Mills 

Hoffman 

Huntersville 

Hot Springs 

Jamesville 

Jacksonville 

Jonesboro 



Kenly 

Kelford 

Kernersville. 
Keyser 



Kings Mountain. 

Kinston 

Kittrell 



LaGrange 

Lake Waccamaw. 

Laurinburg 

Lenoir 

Lexington 

Liberty 

Lilesville 

Littleton 

Lillington 

Lincolnton 

Lowell 



Lucama 

Lumberton 

Macon. 

Madison 

McFarland 

Maiden.. 

Manly 

Magnolia. 

Marion 

Marshall.. 

Marshville 

Mebane 

Maxton 

Maysville 

Middleburg 

Milton 

Mocks ville 

Morehead City. 

Monroe ... 

Mooresville 



2 

114 

1 

1 

12 

10 

15 

10 

10 

44 

1 

6 

9 

70 

3 
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3 
4 
4 
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ASSESSMENT OF TELEGRAPH PROPERTY 
WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY— Continued. 



61 



Town 



Mount Airy 

Mount Holly 

Morrisville 

Morven 

Morganton 

Mount Olive 

Murphy 

Matthews 

Nashville..- 

New Berlin. 

New Bern 

New London 

Newport 

Newton 

Norlina 

North Wilkesboro. 

Norwood 

Old Fort 

Oriental 

Oxford 

Ore Hill 

Parmele 

Pikeville 

Pine Level.. 

Pilot Mountain 

Pineville 

Polkton 

Poll ocks ville 

Princeton 

Plymouth 

Ramseur 

Randleman 

Raleigh 

Red Springs 

Reidsville 

Roanoke Rapids.. 

Robersonville 

Rockingham 

Rocky Mount 

Roseboro 

Rockwell 

Rose Hill 

Rowland 

Roxboro 

Rutherf ordton 

Salem 

Salisbury... 

Saluda 

Sanford 

Seaboard 

Selma 

Scotland Neck 

Shelby 

Siler City 

Smithfield 

Southern Pines 

Spring Hope 



Miles of 
Wire 


Value 


3.17 


$ 124 .00 


1.00 


39.00 


3.20 


125 .00 


1.00 


39.00 


5.72 


224 .00 


5.30 


207 .00 


0.83 


32 .00 


7.00 


273 .00 


0.67 


26.00 


22.00 


860 .00 


9.06 


354 .00 


0.67 


26.00 


1.40 


55.00 


5.72 


224 .00 


3.00 


117.00 


1.00 


39.00 


0.10 


4.00 


2.60 


102 .00 


0.51 


20.00 


3.96 


155 .00 


3.66 


143 .00 


2.58 


100.00 


8.30 


325 .00 


4.50 


176.00 


0.90 


35.00 


21.33 


834 .00 


7.00 


274 .00 


0.50 


19.00 


3.00 


117.00 


0.81 


32.00 


1.40 


55.00 


0.40 


16.00 


39.15 


1,531.00 


3.00 


117.00 


39.59 


1,548.00 


3.50 


136 .00 


0.60 


23.00 


8.54 


334 .00 


35.89 


1,404.00 


0.74 


30.00 


1.00 


39.00 


12.00 


470.00 


4.10 


160.00 


2.00 


78.00 


9.20 


360 .00 


1.71 


67.00 


56.50 


2,210.00 


5.00 


195 .00 


23.00 


900.00 


6.00 


235 .00 


13.42 


525 .00 


1.00 


39.00 


5.27 


206.00 


2.00 


78.00 


1.20 


47.00 


9.36 


366.00 


0.60 


25.00 



62 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY— Continued 



Town 



Miles of 
Wire 



Value 



Stanley Creek 

Statesville 

Stem 

Stokesdale 

Stone ville 

Stovall 

Sylva 

Tarboro 

Taylorsville-.. 
Thomasville-. 

Trinity 

Troutman 

Tryon 

Vaughan 

Wadesboro 

Wallace 

Warrenton 

Warsaw 

Washington- .- 

Waxhaw 

Waynesville.-- 
Wake Forest--. 

Weldon 

White ville 

Whitakers 

Williamston--- 
Wilmington..- 

Wilson 

Winfall 

Wingate 

Winston 



0.83 

8.62 
1.66 
5.40 
1.74 
1.80 
0.67 

18.09 
0.37 

36.54 
0.80 
0.40 
4.50 
6.09 

16.00 
6.70 
1.74 

14.20 
3.00 
0.87 
0.93 
6.78 

24.10 
6.60 

17.52 
0.92 

41.23 

19.25 
0.50 

16.00 
9.85 



32.00 
337 .00 

65.00 
211.00 

68.00 

70.00 

26.00 
707 .00 

14.00 
1,429.00 

31.00 

15 .00 
175 .00 
239 .00 
626.00 
262 .00 

68.00 
555 .00 
117.00 

35.00 

36.00 
265 .00 
943 .00 
258 .00 
685 .00 

36.00 

1,612.00 

753 .00 

19 .CO 
626 .00 
385 .00 



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63 



REFRIGERATOR COMPANIES 



STATEMENT P. 



Name of Company 


Valuation 


County 


Value 




$ 4,000 

1,600 

27,900 

200 

200 

200 

21,000 

2,000 

700 
10,000 




$ 4,000 






1,600 




Duplin 

Pender 

Wayne 

Wake 


9,300 




9,300 

9,300 

200 




Wake 


200 




New Hanover 


200 




Durham _ __ 


10,500 




Wake 


10,500 






1,000 






1,000 




Wake 


700 




Guilford 


3,333 






3,333 




Wake 


3,334 









TURNPIKE COMPANIES 

STATEMENT Pa. 



Name of Company 


Valuation 


County 


Value 




$ 1,050 
9,3C0 

2,310 




$ 1,050 




Caldwell. 


7,750 






1,550 






1,444 






866 












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STEAMBOAT COMPANIES 

STATEMENT Q. 



Name of Company 


Valuation 


County 


Value 




$ 19,000 

7,500 
4,250 
6,000 

2,200 

2,400 

3,000 

580 

20,000 

4,000 
1,000 

4,000 

600 

500 

500 

15,000 




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4,750 
4,750 




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4,750 






7,500 
4,250 




Hertford 




Bertie. . 


3,000 




Martin 


3,000 
1,100 






1,100 


Fairfield and Elizabeth City Transportation Co.. _. 


Hyde 


2,400 






3,000 






580 






6,666 






6,666 






6,667 






4,000 






500 






500 






4,000 






600 






500 




Pasquotank 


500 




15,000 








Totals --. 


90,530 


90,530 







WATERWORKS COMPANY 



STATEMENT R. 



Name of Company 


Valuation 


County 


Value 




$ 5,000 
2,000 
2,500' 




$ 5,000 




Moore 


2,000 




Anson- 


2,500 








Totals.. - ... ... 


9,500 


9,500 







ASSESSMENT OF STKEET RAILWAY AND CANAL COMPANIES 



65 



STREET RAILWAY COMPANIES 

STATEMENT S. 



Name of Company 


Valuation 


County 


Value 




$ 437,100 

75,000 

12,000 

9,000 

331,595 

28,000 

621,271 
609,060 


Buncombe _. .. _ 


$ 437,100 






75,000 






12,000 






9,000 




Guilford 


331,595 






18,974 






9,026 






10,242 






3,895 






433 






2,380 




Forsyth. ... 


293,846 






310,475 






10,242 




Winston-Salem 


165,892 
310,475 






609,060 








Totals 


2,123,026 


2,123,026 







BRIDGE AND CANAL COMPANIES 



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Name of Company 


Valuation 


County , 


Value 




$ 9,700 
39,000 
1,000 
8,000 
3,000 
1,145 
500 

1,000 
2,000 


Hyde 


$ 9,700 






39 . 000 


Milton Bridge Co 




1,000 


Piedmont Toll Bridge Co 




8,000 


Roanoke Rapids Bridge Co . 




3,000 


Sladesville Canal Co... 


Hyde 


1,145 


Statesville-Buffalo Shoals Bridge Co 


Iredell 


250 




Catawba 


250 


Swan Quarter Canal Co _ 


Hyde. 


1,000 


Yadkin River Bridge Co 


Yadkin 


2,000 








Totals 


65,345 


65,345 







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66 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



ELECTRIC LIGHT AND GAS COMPANIES 



STATEMENT U. 



Name of Company 



Albemarle Light and Water Co — 

Black Mountain Telephone Corporation. 

Brevard Light and Power Co 

Carolina Electric Co 

Carters Falls Power Co 



Catawba Manufacturing and Electric Power Co. 

Citizens Light and Power Co 

Concord Gas Co 

Elizabeth City Electric Light and Power Co 

Fayetteville Light and Power Co 

Goldsboro Gas Co 

Hendersonville Light and Power Co 

Madison Light and Power Co 

Marion Light and Power Co 

New Bern Gas Co — 

North Carolina Electrical Power Co 



Plymouth Light and Ice Co 

Randolph Power Co 

Rich Square Electric Light and Power Co. 
Southern Power Co 



Weaverville Electric Co 

Williamston Electric Co 

Windsor Electric and Power Co 
Winston-Salem Gas Co 

Totals 



Valuation 



1,100 
1,500 
5,000 
2,310 
9,000 

26,524 

9,550 

15,000 

28,420 

22,500 

15,000 

11,000 

7,500 

500 

10,000 

70,280 



4,800 

300 

2,500 

1,170,691 



1,071 

500 

1,500 

59,310 



1,473,856 



County 



Stanly 

Buncombe 

Transylvania- 
Robeson 

Wilkes 

Surry 

Mecklenburg.. 

Caldwell 

Cabarrus 

Pasquotank... 
Cumberland- . 

Wayne 

Henderson 

Madison 

McDowell 

Craven 

Madison 

Buncombe 

Haywood 

Washington. -. 

Randolph 

Northampton- 
Alamance 

Cabarrus 

Catawba 

Cleveland 

Davidson 

Durham 

Forsyth 

Gaston 

Guilford 

Iredell 

Lincoln 

Mecklenburg. . 

Orange 

Randolph 

Rowan 

Stanly 

Union. 

Buncombe 

Martin 

Bertie 

Forsyth 



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PUBLIC-SERVICE CORPORATIONS 



STATEMENT W— List of Counties with Apportionment of Valuation to Each for the Year 1915. 


County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 
Value 






17.05 


$69,548.40 


$ 1,185,800- 






200 








241 .51 
133 .79 
39.11 


4,118 






17.00 


2,281 






4,663 








1,429 










35,996* 










1,559' 










1,377 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. . ... 






1,154 






17.00 


2,401.37 


40,823 






978 










14a 










300 










1,634; 




Total .-. 










1,282,452 






9.16 


43,074.83 
39.11 






394,565 






274 








10,572 










4,276 










1,000 






9.16 


133 .79 


1,225 




Total 






411,912 






17.17 


23,858.00 






409,641 






7,000 








241 .51 


6,661 








6,453 








39.11 


15,524 








810 










2,500 






58.66 
13.72 
27.58 


133 .79 
35,283.43 
32,586.25 


7,848 






484,089 






898,729 




Total 






1,839,255 












Ashe 


1,000 






40.68 


5,502.21 


223,860 




Total _. 






224,860 




East Tennessee and Western N. C. Railroad Co._ 


3.18 
12.00 


9,842.75 

2,000.00 

39.11 






31,300 




24,000 






391 




Valle Crucis, Shawneehaw and Elk Park Tp. Co. 




1,444 








900 




Total 










58,035 

















88 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 




County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 




Sladesville Transportation Co ... 




$ 


$ 500 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co _ . 






1,541 






6.62 


35,283.43 
241 .51 
133 .79 


233,576 






8,245 






86.26 


11,541 






1,000 
4,048 








39.11 








580 






59.52 


10,213.88 


607,930 






7,920 










260 










18,478 




Washington and Vandemere Railroad Co 


33.50 


2,193.75 


73,490 
1,250 




Total... 










970,359 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 


13.09 
40.57 


35,283.43 
133 .79 






461,860 






5,428 






1,820 








39.11 


4,270 








1,979 






7.48 
18.00 


32,586.25 
2,465.90 


243,745 






44,386 






4,750 










18,832 








241 .51 


3,816 








3,000 










165 










1,500 




Total 










795,551 








241.51 






7,921 








2,152 






32.80 
57.05 


32,586.25 

133.79 

39.11 

3,993.15 


1,068,829 






7,633 






6,453 




Virginia and Carolina Southern Railroad 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. . . 


24.25 


96,834 
3,170 










475 




Total . „__•_ --. --- - 










1,193,467 








241.51 
35,283.43 
32,586.25 

133 .79 
39.11 






6,067 






12.77 
12.24 
55.12 


450,570 






398,856 






7,374 






7,602 








15,000 










500 










8,792 










919 




Wilmington, Brunswick and Southern Railroad- 
Total ... - 


30.50 


2,427.21 


74,034 




969,714 













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89 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALl 


IATION- 


-Continued. 




County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 




Black Mountain Telephone Corporation 




$... 


$ 1,500 










1,600 






2.13 


4,649.84 


10,000 






4,000 










1,071 






47.52 
10.34 


43,074.83 

24,697.56 

241 .51 


2,046,916 






255,373 






11,111 








47,919 










437,100 






6.34 

57.86 


3,765.80 
133 .79 


23,875 






7,741 






193,471 








39.11 

4,424.77 


12,180 




Asheville and Craggy Mountain Railway 


2.26 


10,000 
300 










5,565 






4.00 


3,000.00 


12,000 






1,000 










450 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co - 






1,411 




Total - 










3,084,583 






29.70 


43,074.83 

241 .51 

133.79 

39.11 






1,279,322 






7,173 






31.88 


4,265 






6,023 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. . 




14,198 






2.18 


9,739.29 


21,232 






1,818 




Total 










1,334,031 






17.16 
1.15 


69,548.40 

6,586.00 

241 .51 






1,193,450 






7,574 






4,144 








700 






25.35 


133 .79 
39.11 


3,392 






18,238 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. . . 




5,256 










6,948 










1,758 






35.00 


2,401.37 


84,048 




Tulin Telephone Co 


950 










15,000 










190 




Salisbury and Spencer Railway . ... 






9,026 






7.08 


10,213.88 


72,314 






5,200 




Total 










1,428,188 






38.34 


133 .79 
39.11 




Caldwell 


5,130 




Western Union Telegraph Co .. 


1,171 




Lenoir Electric Co ... . . . . 




7,500 




Carolina and Northwestern Railway 


38.34 


9,739.29 


373,404 



90 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 




County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 


Caldwell. . . 






$ 


$ 9,550 
7,750 


{Continued.) 










Hickory Electric Co .. 






1,819 




Watauga Electric Co. 






1,429 






2.49 


4,000.00 


9,996 




Total 




417,749 














6,666 










1,833 






5.00 


133 .79 
241 .51 

39.11 
10,213.88 


6.70 






1,210 








391 






5.00 


51,070 






11,691 










39,000 




Total . 










112,531 






18.57 


133 .79 






2,484 






9,700 








39.11 
10,213.88 
14,648.37 


1,900 






3.18 
15.75 


32,480 




Norfolk Southern Railroad— A. & N. C. Div. .. 


230,712 
800 










4,000 




Total 










282,076 














260 






6.95 
14.60 


43,074.83 

9,978.81 

241 .51 

133 .79 

39.11 

8,000.00 


299,370 






145,691 






5,205 






22.48 


3,008 






10,493 






0.93 


7,440 






350 










2,867 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






1,189 










289 










500 










600 




Total 










477,262 






22.86 


43,074.83 
241 .51 
133 .79 






984,690 






5,521 






42.80 


5,726 






7,789 








39.11 


6,258 








6,363 




Carolina and Northwestern Railway Co 


12.56 


9,739.29 


122,325 
7,236 






35.50 


2,401.37 


85,248 






250 










10,242 




Total 










1,241,648 













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91 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



County- 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 
Value 






11.00 $ 3,000.00 
24.99 12,263.13 

18.59 i 32,586.25 


$ 33,000 






306,456 




Seaboard Air Line Railway. _ ___ ... 


605,778 






288 




Norfolk Southern Railroad .. _ . _. 


14.68 1 10.213.88 


149,940 








241.51 


1,785 








1,000 






58.35 


133.79 


7,807 




Pittsboro Telephone and Telegraph Co. . . 


500 








39.11 


7,813 








10,000 








1,331 










123 










2,500 






17.88 


3,994.45 


71,406 




S.-J. Telephone Co 


382 




Total 










1,200,119 




Southern Railway Co. 


23.99 
35.97 


43,074.83 
133.79 
39.11 




Cherokee- .. .___ 


1,033,365 




Southern Express Co . 


4,812 




Western Union Telegraph Co. ___ 


3,078 




Andrews Telephone. . . 


1,500 




Louisville and Nashville Railroad. _. 


13.16 

7.50 


6,022.79 
1,250.00 


79,260 




Snowbird Valley Railroad Co.. . 


9,375 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 


4,010 




Murphy Light and Power Co.. ... 










Total 










1,135,400 






32.64 
30.30 


10,213.88 

133.79 

241.51 

39.11 






333,381 

4,054 




Southern Express Co 




Pullman Co... 


2,432 




Western Union Telegraph Co... . 




860 




Norfolk and Carolina Telephone and Tel. Co. 




7,001 




Albemarle Steam Navigation Co 




4,750 




Chowan Telephone Co.. 






1,500 




Belvidere-Hertford Telephone Co. 






328 




Yeopim Telephone Co 






350 




Total 


| 


354,656 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 






Clay 


1,250 






__ . . | _. 








50,338.96 
5,488.35 
32,586.25 


441 473 




South Carolina and Georgia Extension... 


24.80 
21.34 


136,111 




Seaboard Air Line Railway.. 


695,391 




Lattimore Telephone Co. 




400 




Pullman Co.. ... 




241.51 


2,118 




Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co 




16,989 




Southern Express Co. .. 


54.91 


133 .79 


7,346 




Sharon Telephone Co... 


500 




Boiling Springs Telephone Co 






1,050 




Western Union Telegraph Co 




39.11 

2,207.50 


10,053 




Lawndale Railroad Co. . 


9.06 


20,000 




American Telephone and Tel. Co 


4,341 



92 



N". C. CORPOKATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION- 


Continued. 




County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co . . 




$ 


$ 1,228 
40,823 


{.Continued.) 




17.00 


2,401.37 




Total 




1,377,823 






75.62 


35,283.43 
241 .51 

32,586.25 
133 .79 
39.11 






2,668,133 

14,334 

290,018 

11,308 










8.90 
84.52 










24 114 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co 




13,375 
562 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 








Total 










3,021,844 






9.44 


35,283.43 






333,076 
9,000 
1,844 








Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. . 










80.07 


133 .79 

241 .51 

39.11 

10,213.88 

14,648.37 


10,713 
5,659 
8,533 
















25.60 
45.25 


261,475 




Norfolk Southern Railroad— A. & N. C. Div. _. 


662,839 
3,000 










49,590 










500 






1.00 


2,500.00 


2,500 






10,000 




















600 




Total 










1,359,329 






57.14 


35,283.43 

241 .51 

133 .79 

39.11 

3,615.60 






2,016,095 






7,907 






99.93 


13,370 






14,322 






16.00 


57,849 






55,220 










534 










8,956 






17.50 


10,213.88 


178,743 






6,170 




Virginia and Carolina Southern Railroad Co... 


7.50 


3,993.65 


29,949 
22,500 




Total 










2,411,615 






14.47 
14.30 


10,213.88 

133 .79 

39.11 

241 .51 






147,795 






1,912 






1,095 








3,497 








4,000 










6,666 










800 










7,662 










167 




Total 










173,594 













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93 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



County 



Name of Corporation 



Mile- 



Valuation 
per Mile 



Total 

^.ssessec 
Value 



Dare 

Davidson. 



Davie. 



Duplin. 



Durham. 



Eastern Carolina Transportation Co. 



North Carolina Railroad 

Pleasant Grove Telephone Co 

Muddy Creek Telephone Co 

North State Telephone Co 

Carolina and Yadkin River Railway Co 

Hamby's Creek Telephone Co 

Winston-Salem Southbound Railway 

Davidson Telephone Co 

Pullman Co 

Thomasville Telephone Co 

Southern Express Co 

Southern Power Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Lexington Telephone Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Midway Telephone Co 

Orinoco Telephone Co 

Lee Telephone Co 

Rich Fork Telephone Co.-..l 

Fairmont Silver Hill Telephone Co 

Denton Telephone Co , 

Southern Public Utilities Co 



24.80 



29.30 



37.23 



Total. 



North Carolina Midland Railroad 

Rural Telephone Co 

Cooleemee Telephone Co.. 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Southern Express Co 

Mocksville Telephone Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Public Utilities Co 



91.30 
32.00 



1,100 



1,548.40 



5,027.29 



23,858.00 



241.51 



133 .79 
2,401.37 



17.68 



Total. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Wallace Telephone Co 

Pullman Co 

Duplin Light and Power Co 

Southern Express Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Teacheys Dell Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Hallsville Telephone Co... 

Rose Hill Telephone Co 

Armour and Co 

Cabin and Beulaville Telephone Co. 



Total. 



17.68 



22,506.48 



133 .79 
39.11 



36.96 35,283.43 



Southern Railway Co 

North Carolina Railroad 
Durham and Southern Railroad 



1,724,800 

134 

70 

205 

147,300 

200 

888,236 

180 

5,989 

4,000 

12,214 

76,844 

39,514 

7,020 

6,868 

12,113 

3,622 

2,030 

267 

220 

200 

910 

587 

3,895 



2,937,418 



397,915 

557 

750 

2,266 

2,365 

1,250 

1,486 

433 



407,022 




481,576 

1,128,075 

177,066 



94 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 




County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 






10.39 

9.25 

21.68 


$32,586.25 

3,993.58 

24,652.06 

241.51 


$ 338,571 
36 940 


{Continued.) 








534,457 
3,917 
10,500 

8,760 

7,308 

80 








Southern Cotton Oil Co. ... ... .... 








65.47 


133.79 
39.11 








Orange Telephone Co... ._ . 






Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. . 






5,506 




Southside Telephone Co.. _ ._ 






156 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co... . ._ 






1,473 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






1,349 
66,000 
54,031 
75,000 














22.50 


2,401.37 








Total 










2,930,765 






43.83 


35,283.43 
241 .51 
133.79 






1,546,473 
8,634 
8,271 










61.83 






30,894 
35,886 














18.00 


2,997.30 


53,951 
42,170 




Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co _ 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co 






4,462 










38,786 
892 












Total 










1,770,419 






36.71 


43,074.83 






1,581 277 




North State Telephone Co 


90 










800 










230 




Good Will Telephone Co 






360 






10.77 

13.73 

7.16 

7.00 

83.33 


12,263.13 

22,506.48 

23,858.00 

2,401.37 

133 .79 


132,075 






309,014 






170,823 






16,809 






11,148 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co... . 


114,319 








39.11 
24,652.06 


7,126 






15.27 


376,437 






1,180 










707 










470 










3,557 








241.51 


7,077 








800 










59,310 










975 










800 




Town Fork Telephone Co . .. „ . 






293 










200 




Southern Public Utilities Co ._ 






293,846 




TotaL.. 










3,089,723 













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95 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— 


Continued. 




County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 






22.94 


$32,586.25 


$ 747,529 






1,661 








241.51 
133.79 
39.11 


3,123 






22.94 


3,070 






8,714 








24,680 










100 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.-_ . ... . 






2,621 










500 




Total . - 










791,998 














2,380 




Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line Railroad 


23.00 
17.50 


50,338.96 
32,586.25 


1,157,794 
570,259 






582 




Pullman Co 




241 .51 

133.79 
39.11 


5,555 




Southern Express Co 


59.76 


7,994 
18,610 








57,788 




Carolina and Northwestern Railway Co 


19.26 


9,739.29 


187,579 
10,488 






56.60 


2,401.37 


135,918 






3,716 






12.54 


15,723.12 


197,168 






685 




Total 










2,356,516 






14.84 
35.64 


35,283.43 
133 .79 






523,606 




Southern Express Co 


4,767 
21,349 








39.11 
10,213.88 


4,681 






20.79 


212,346 






4,750 








241 .51 


3,937 








111 




Total 










775,547 






6.50 


1,250.00 




Graham 


8,125 






60 




Total 










8,185 






43.80 
2.20 
3.73 


43,074.83 
9,978.81 
3,292.76 




Granville 


1,886,678 






21,953 






12,282 






17,462 

728,629 




Seaboard Air Line Railway .__ 


22.36 
4.51 
67.38 


32,586.25 

32,586.25 

133 .79 




Seaboard Air Line Railway — 0. and C. L 


146,964 
9,014 






1,504 








39.11 
241 .51 


4,780 
531 




Pullman Co __ . _____ 






Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co 




704 










300 




Total _ 










2,830,801 













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N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 






9.63 


$ 2,997.30 


$ 28,864 






4,420 
82,120 






8.04 

17.67 
7.00 


10,213.88 

133.79 

3,500.00 






2,364 
24,500 










737 








39.11 
241 .51 


403 








1,942 




Total - - _ _ - - 








145,350 






26.30 

39.26 

3.04 

33.37 


43,074.83 
12,263.13 
13,720.80 
69,548.40 




Guilford 


1,132,868 




Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad ._ 

High Point, Randleman, Asheboro and So. R. R. 


481,450 
41,712 

2,320,830 
240 














92 










2,071 








241 .51 
133.79 
39.11 


15,112 






107 .48 


14,379 






60,110 








331,595 










3,333 










183,359 










2,950 




North State Telephone Co. 






24,495 










400 










15,337 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co ..... 






7,878 




Good Will Telephone Co.. .. . . .. 






400 










133 






33.75 


2,401.37 


81,046 




Rich Fork Telephone Co. 


100 










66 










60 










700 










100 




Carolina and Yadkin River Railway Co 


2.80 


5,027.29 


14,076 
2,000 




Total 










4,736,892 






62.03 


35,283.43 






2,188,631 






19,048 






20.20 


32,586.25 
241 .51 


658,242 


• 




13,104 








38,270 






81.29 


133 .79 
39.11 


10,875 






26,346 








27,310 










6,856 






1.64 


3,500.00 


5,740 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. ... 


2,303 










1,200 




Total 










2,997,925 













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97 





LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALL 


ATION- 


-Continued. 




County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 






.68 
23.01 


$ 3,993.58 

35,283.43 

241.51 

133 .79 

39.11 


$ 2,716 






811,871 




1,550 




66.84 


8,943 




3,563 






90 








32,930 






20.62 
15.00 

25.96 


21,645.15. 

3,500.00 
10,213.88 


446,323 






52,500 






265,152 






1,789 










4,035 




S.-J. Telephone Co 






258 




Total. 










1,631,719 






21 .58 
21.58 


43,074.83 
133.79 






929,555 








2,887 




3,006 








39.11 


1,643 








4,445 




Tennessee and North Carolina Railroad Co 


18.00 


4,000.00 


72,000 
6,388 




Total... . 










1,019,924 






21.56 


24,697.56 






532,480 




Hertford 




5,207 






33.13 


133 .79 
39.11 


4,432 






7,118 








22, £85 










2,501 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co... _. 






672 






11.57 


6,478.60 


74,957" 






11,000- 










12,000; 




Total 










673,352 














4,250 
512,668 




Hoke 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. . ._..._ 


14.53 
18.53 


35,283.43 

133 .79 

39.11 

2,465.90 






2,479 
4,416 
9,864 
4,750 
2,740 








Wellington and Powellsville Railroad Co 


4.00 




United Telephone Co. . _ _ . .. 














1 910 




Southern Railway — Rolling Stock . 






20,903 




Roanoke-Chowan Telephone Co 






245 




Pullman Co . _. .... 




241 .51 


3,043 
180 




Bertie Telephone Co.. ... ... 






Severn Telephone Co • . _ _ . . . . 






114 




Total 










567,562 






39.25 
10.00 


3,615.60 
1,363.63 




141 912 






Red Springs and Bowmore Railroad Co ... 


13,636 



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98. 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 


Hoke 


Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 




$ 


$ 2,733 


(Continued.) 


Western Union Telegraph Co. _ . _ 




39.11 
133 .79 


528 






37.65 


5,037 






24,100 




Total 










187,946 












Hyde 


2,080 




Fairfield Canal and Turnpike Co... 






9,700 










5,000 




Fairfield and Elizabeth City Transportation Co. 






2,400 








1,145 










1,000 




Total 










21,325 






53.20 
4.91 


43,074.83 
22,506.48 






2,291,585 






110,507 






30,172 








241.51 
133 .79 


4,857 






58.11 


7,774 






7,900 
6,371 








39.11 

2,401.37 






31.50 


75,643 






20,724 










600 










1,250 










500 










400 










250 




Total 










2,558,533 






22.81 
22.81 


43,074.83 
133 .79 
39.11 






982,537 






3,052 






1,800 








555 










666 










660 




Total ... 










989,270 






26.24 


69,548.40 






1,824,950 






600 










65 










15,163 






43.62 


35,283.43 
241.51 


1,539,063 






.7,545 








11,229 










10,702 






61.22 


133.79 
39.11 


8,190 






19,063 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. 




532 










2,578 










44,575 




Norfolk Southern Railroad ... 


.36 


10,213.88 


3,676 



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99 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 




County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 








$. 


$ 170 


(Continued.) 








750 




Total 










3,488,851 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 


12.79 
16.97 


35,283.43 
133 .79 






451,275 






2,270 






5,225 








39.11 
14,648.37 
2,500.00 


880 




Norfolk Southern Railroad — A. and N. C. Div. 


4.18 
18.00 


61,230 
45,000 






80 




Total 










565,960 






22.49 
8.55 
6.93 
9.00 
13.47 
51.22 


32,586.25 

35,283.43 

12,263.13 

3,500.00 

10,213.88 

133.79 

39.11 

241 .51 






732,865 






301,673 






84,983 






31,500 






137,581 






6,853 






19,727 








5,430 








3,624 




S.-J. Telephone Co... 






9,360 




Total 










1,333,596 






11.07 


35,283.43 






390,587 






8,800 






30.07 


133 .79 


4,023 






21,080 








39.11 
14,648.37 . 
1,726.09 
3,500.00 


2,982 




Norfolk Southern Railroad — A. and N. C. Div. 
Kinston Carolina Railroad and Lumber Co. ... 


19.00 

23.00 

6.00 


278,319 
39,700 
21,000 




Pink Hill Telephone Co 


1,250 










32 




Total 










767,773 






15.60 
30.56 


32,586.25 
133 .79 
39.11 




Lincoln 


508,345 






4,089 
1,975 












16,544 




Gaston Rural Telephone Co... 






65 




Carolina and Northwestern Railroad Co 


14.96 
13.00 


9,739.29 
2,401.37 


145,700 
31,218 




Total 






707,936 






2.52 
15.92 


43,074.83 
133.79 
39.11 




Macon 


108,548 
2,130 








Western Union Telegraph Co.. 


156 




Franklin Telephone and Electric Co 




2,500 




Tallulah Falls Railway Co. 


14.50 


7,471.24 


108,333 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. ... 


506 




Total 










222,173 













100 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION- 


-Continued. 




County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 








$ 


$ 500 




Spring Creek Telephone Co.. . ._ . . 






1,000 






28.40 


43,074.83 

241 .51 

133.79 

39.11 


1,223,325 






6,859 






28.40 


3,800 






5,556 








4,356 










200 










50 






10.00 


3,500.00 


35,000 






15,973 










7,500 




Total 










1,304,119 






52.24 
52.24 


35,283.43 

133 .79 
39.11 






1,-843,206 






6,990 






6,727 








5,336 










4,000 










3,000 










500 




Total 








' 


1,869,759 




Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railroad 


44.47 
32.24 
13.90 


24,000.00 

43,074.83 

5,488.35 

241 .51 

133 .79 

39.11 






1,067,280 




1,388,733 




South Carolina and Georgia Extension Railroad 


76,288 
7,787 






90.69 


12,133 






7,427 








150 










3,800 










3,872 










500 




Total ... 










2,567,970 






34.88 
11.42 
11.90 
23.90 


43,074.83 
50,338.96 
69,548.40 
32,586.25 




Mecklenburg 


1,502,450 


Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line Railway 


574,873 
827,626 






778,811 






3,333 








241 .51 


11,448 








237,475 






97.32 


133 .79 
39.11 


13,020 






44,477 








25,459 










1,000 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. . 






3,799 










125 






15.19 


10,213.88 


155,149 






310,475 










26,524 






69.16 


2,401.37 


166,079 






1,250 






10.90 


15,723.12 


171,382 




Total 






4,854,755 


I 











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101 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 




County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 


Mitchell 


Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railroad 


39,568 
39.69 


$24,000.00 
133 .79 


$ 949,632 




5,310 






843 






.07 


4,200.00 


294 




Total -• 






956,079 






3.09 
58.67 


23,858.00 
133 .79 




Montgomery 


73,721 




7,850 






2,082 










700 










2,542 










500 










2,390 










318 






55.60 


10,213.88 


567,892 




Total 






657,995 






24.58 


32,586.25 
241 .51 






800,970 






5,936 








1,610 




Ether Rural Telephone Co . 






280 










135 










1,000 






102 .96 


133 .79 

39.11 

3,615.60 

2,222.22 


13,775 






12,887 






2.50 
22.50 


9,039 






50,000 






8,106 






65.50 


10,213.88 


669,013 






3,000 










2,000 










200 




Total 










1,577,951 






30.38 


35,283.43 






1,071,910 






1,187 








241 .51 


5,277 








26,445 






41.05 


133.79 


5,492 




Southern Railway Co. — Rolling Stock . . 


4,604 








39.11 


1,820 








1,320 










3,296 






10.67 


10,213.88 


108,982 






608 










25 




Total 










1,230,966 






30.91 
2.17 


35,283.43 

32,586.25 

241.51 

133 .79 

39.11 




New Hanover 


1,090,611 






70,712 




Pullman Co . 


4,095 




Southern Express Co ... 


33.05 


4,421 




Western Union Telegraph Co 


8,115 



102 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 




County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 






3.50 


$ 500.00 


$ 1,750 
609,060 


(Continued.) 


Tidewater Power Co... . 










7,500 
141,660 


















200 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






634 










700 




Total 










1,939,458 






8.79 


35,283.43 




Northampton 


310,141 
260 








42.32 


32,586.25 

241 .51 

133 .79 

39.11 


1,379,050 






6,434 
6,604 
18,534 






49.36 








Severn Telephone Co -. .. . 




1,386 










12,283 




Northampton and Hertford Railroad Co. 


9.00 


2,222.22 


20,000 
3,188 










1,082 










550 










4,090 






4.00 


3,500.00 


14,000 






1,500 




Rich Square Electric Light and Power Co. j 




2,500 








3,000 




Total 










1,784,602 






36.31 


35,283.43 






1,281,141 






8,041 






36.31 


133 .79 
39.11 


4,858 






1,408 








5,316 




Dover and Southbound Railroad Co 


5.40 


2,500.00 


13,500 

500 










'128 




Total 










1,314,892 






17.27 
10.14 


69,548.40 

3,293.00 

241.51 

133 .79 






1,201,100 






33,391 






4,171 






27.41 


3,667 






4,437 








39.11 
2,401.37 


4,888 






16.00 


38,422 




Chapel Hill Telephone Co 


4,000 










1,564 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






1,138 










1,780 










1,037 










250 




Total 










1,299,845 













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103 





LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 




County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 




Norfolk Southern Railroad .. - 


21.52 


$10,213.88 

39.11 

2,193.75 

133 .79 


$ 219,803 








840 






6.50 
27.97 


14,260 






3,742 




Total . .--- - -- - 






238,645 






23.66 
22.29 


10,213.88 
133 .79 
39.11 
241.51 




Pasquotank— 


241,660 




2,982 






1,052 








2,927 








13,738 










1,100 










28,420 










500 










6,666 




Total 










299,045 














1,525 












254 






62.99 


35,283.43 

241 .51 

133 .79 

39.11 


2,222.503 






6,083 






62.99 


8,427 






13,188 








8,846 










9,300 










1,259 


, 


Total 










2,271,385 






29.21 


10,213.88 




Perquimans— 


298,347 




9,908 










2,172 








241 .51 
133 .79 
39.11 


3,807 






25.37 


3,394 






1,252 




Total 








318,880 






5.20 
27.39 


9,978.81 
133 .79 
39.11 






51,890 








3,665 






2,268 




Mebane-Ridgeville Telephone Co 




200 






22.19 


24,652.06 
241 .51 


547,030 






1,256. 








2,963 










422 




Total 










609,694 






56.49 


35,283.43 




Pitt 


1,993,161 






Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 


2,478 








241 .51 
133 .79 
39.11 


7,026 






94.77 


12,678 




Western Union Telegraph Co 


6,735 



104 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION- 


-Continued. 




County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 


Pitt 




9.07 


$ 2,997.30 


$ 27,185 


(Continued.) 




38,407 






24.83 


10,213.88 


253,611 




Total 






2,341,281 




Asheville and Spartanburg Railroad ... 


10.00 


24,697.56 
241 .51 




Polk. 


246,975 






2,415 








1,680 






10.00 


133 .79 
39.11 


1,337 






2,346 








1,278 










345 










20 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. . 






284 










2,812 




Total.. 










259,492 






30.49 

23.74 

.60 


12,263.13 
13,720.80 
69,548.40 






373,903 




High Point, Randleman, Asheboro and So. R. R. 


325,733 
41,730 






8,065 










1,408 










2,500 






1.50 
68.83 


2,401.37 
133 .79 


3,602 






9,209 






4,182 








39.11 


4,924 








210 








241.51 


145 








60 










50 






14.60 


10,213.88 


149,123 






2,500 










1,650 










300 










20 










465 










213 










22 










78 




Carolina and Yadkin River Railway Co 

Total 


2.71 


5,027.29 


13,624 




943,716 






43.66 


32,586.25 

241.51 

133.79 

5,968.52 






1,422,716 






9,982 






55.78 
4.99 


7,463 




Carolina, Atlantic and Western Railway 


29,783 
30,916 








39.11 


24,231 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 




226 






9.00 
16.67 


10,213.88 
3,434.60 


91,925 






57,254 




Mt. Gilead Telephone Co 


110 




Total . ... 










1,674,606 













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105 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 






81.27 


$35,283.43 


$ 2,867,484 






2,310 






30.60 


32,586.25 

241 .51 

133.79 

39.11 

1,363.63 


997,139 






15,771 






154.55 


20,677 






19,277 




Red Springs and Bowmore Railroad 

St. Pauls Telephone Co. . . .. 


1.00 


1,364 
3,500 










15,062 




Maxton, Alma and Southbound Railroad 


15.15 


2,500.00 


37,875 
200 






20.76 


6,235.54 


129,450 






7,237 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. 






355 




Virginia and Carolina Southern Railway 


23.00 


3,993.15 


91,842 
15,602 




Total 










4,225,145 






21.65 
10.44 


43,074.83 
12,263.13 




Rockingham 


932,570 




128,027 






17,911 








241 .51 

133.79 

39.11 

8,000.00 

24,652.06 


10,059 






59.36 


7,942 






34,872 






7.25 
20.02 


58,000 






493,534 






4,500 










9,443 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






3,421 




Good Will Telephone Co.... 






240 










100 




Total 










1,700,619 






17.52 


43,074.83 






754,671 






750 






20.60 
16.66 


69,548.40 
6,586.00 


1,432,698 






109,723 






1,810 










77,246 








241.51 
133.79 
39.11 


9,206 






71.98 


9,630 






45,765 




Albemarle Telephone Co - _„_____ 




1,795 




Gold Hill Telephone Co 






250 




Piedmont Toll Bridge Co.. 






8,000 






17.20 


22,506.48 


387,111 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 


4,228 










132 










8,384 




China Grove Telephone Co.. 






607 






39.00 


2,401.37 


93,653 




Independent Telephone Co 


300 




Salisbury and Spencer Railway Co.. . 






18,974 










1,300 




Total 










2,966,233 













106 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 




Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railroad 


27.214 

24.90 

20.42 

3.00 


$24,000.00 
5,488.35 
32,586.25 
4,266.66 


$ 653,136 




136,660 






665,411 






12,800 
320 










76.27 


133 .79 


10,204 






2,000 








39.11 


4,951 




Cliffside Telephone Co 




2,000 




Forest City-Rutherfordton Telephone Co. .__ 






500 




Forest City Telephone Co. 






2,000 










6,000 










890 










180 










150 




Total _ .-_ - --. --. 










1,497,202 






49.35 


35,283.43 






1,741,237 






662 






49.35 


133 .79 
39.11 


6,603 






3,754 








260 










2,000 










470 




Total 










1,754,986 






18.00 


8,000.00 

241.51 

35,283.43 

32,586.25 

133.79 






144,000 






4,441 






10.03 

15.58 
33.74 


353,893 






507,694 






4,514 






14,151 








39.11 


5,436 








2,568 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. ... - '_ - .. 






3,469 




Carolina, Atlantic and Western Railway 


6.13 
1.25 

4.73 


5,968.52 
3,615.60 
3,434.60 


36,587 
4,520 






16,246 




Total ., -. -- -- -- 






1,097,519 






23.19 
78.11 


6,586.00 
133 .79 






152,730 






10,450 






7,705 








39.11 


1,369 








1,690 






29.00 
23.05 
25.45 


2,401.37 
23,858.00 
10,213.88 


69,640 






549,926 






259,943 




Total — . 






1,053,453 






20.80 


12,263.13 






255,073 






386 




Southern Express Co - 


31.47 


133.79 


4,211 



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107 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



County 



Stokes 

(Continued.) 



Surry. 



Swain. 



Transylvania. 



Tyrrell. 



Name of Corporation 



Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Norfolk and Western Railway 

Farmers Quickstep Telephone Co 

Town Fork Telephone Co 

Big Creek Telephone Co 

Pinnacle Telephone Co 

Pullman Co 

Dennis Telephone Co 



Total. 



Big Creek Telephone Co 

Southern Railway Co 

Mt. Airy Telephone Co 

Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad 

Southern Express Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Siloam Telephone Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Surry-Carroll Telephone Co 

Mt. Airy and Eastern Railway Co 

Elkin and Alleghany Railway Co 

Pinnacle Telephone Co 

Shoals Telephone Co 

Carters Falls Power Co 



Total. 



Appalachian Railway 

Bryson City Telephone Co 

Southern Railway Co 

Smoky Mountain Railway 

Southern Express Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Carolina and Tennessee Southern Railway 
Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Co 



Total. 



Transylvania Railroad 

Southern Express Co 

Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Cherryfield-Rosman Telephone Co 

Brevard Light and Power Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. 



Mile- 



10.67 



33.13 



17.40 
50.53 



5.00 
13.25 



6.21 



38.77 
9.60 
38.77 



13 .c 



Valuation 
per Mile 



39.11 
24,652.06 



241 .51 



43,074.83 



30.53 
30.53 



Total. 



Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Tyrrell County Telephone Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co.. 
Southern Express Co 



Total. 



7.50 



7.00 



12,263.13 
133 .79 



39.11 



2,000.00 
3,500.00 



3,178.00 



43,074.83 

2,500.00 

133 .79 

39.11 

2,841.73 



,478.60 
133 .79 



39.11 



10,213, 



39.11 
133 .79 



Total 

^.ssessec 
Value 



4,643 

3,324 

263,037 

2,293 

457 

4,262 

100 

2,415 

25 



540,226 



738 

1,427,069 

10,000 

213,379 

6,760 

2,233 

1,400 

2,660 

1,250 

10,000 

46,375 

100 

200 

2,571 



1,724,735 



19,735 

3,334 

1,670,011 

24,000 
5,187 
3,030 

39,500 
1,005 



1,765,802 



197,792 
4,085 
1,061 
200 
5,000 
1,181 



209,319 



76,604 

1,333 

274 

937 

79,148 



108 



W. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 




County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 






39.90 


$32,586.25 
241 .51 


$ 1,300,191 






9,637 




Monroe Telephone Co 




15,000 






39.90 


133 .79 


5,338 






6,500 








39.11 

2,401.37 


16,560 
76,844 






32.00 






300 










700 










2,000 




Total " 










1,433,070 






7.10 
28.16 


43,074.83 

32,586.25 

241 .51 

133 .79 






305,831 






917,629 
4,990 










28.16 


3,768 






1,331 








39.11 


16,751 








40,286 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






4,501 






8.00 


3,835.00 


30,680 






900 










5,000 




Total.. 










1,331,667 






27.52 
42.65 
28.07 
54.42 
9.57 


69,548.40 
32,586.25 
21,645.15 
10,213.88 
3,993.58 
241 .51 




Wake 


1,913,972 






1,389,804 






607,579 






555,840 






38,218 






20,821 








922 






146.89 


133 .79 


19,652 






3,495 








39.11 


53,581 








120,563 










3,334 










2,750 










200 










5,000 










200 










700 










2,473 










630 










10,800 










10,500 




Total 








. 


4,761,035 






31.03 


32,586.25 

241.51 

133 .79 

39.11 

6,000.00 






1,011,152 






7,545 






31.03 


4,152 






14,353 






3.00 


18,000 




Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 


34,900 



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109 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 




County 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co . . .._ 




$ 


$ 5,099 


{Continued.) 




2.00 


3,835.00 


7,670 






100 










1,300 




Total -. . . 










1,104,271 






3.76 


35,283.43 
241 .51 
133 .79 

39.11 






132,666 




Pullman Co... 


6,714 






65.85 


8,810 






1,760 








667 






59.53 


10,213.88 


608,032 






404 










4,800 




Total 










763,853 














1,050 










571 




Valle Crucis, Shawneehaw and Elk Park Turn- 
pike Co.. .....-_-- 






866 










1,550 




Total 










4,037 






10.47 


69,548.40 






728,172 




Goldsboro Gas Co. . . . 


15,000 




Fremont Telephone Co . - 






2,768 






38.52 
47.31 


35,283.43 
241 .51 
133 .79 

39.11 
14,648.37 


1,359,118 




Pullman Co 

Southern Express Co . 


7,188 
6,330 




Western Union Telegraph Co . 


17,017 




Norfolk Southern Railroad— A. & N. C. Div... 


10.82 


158,495 
45,947 










9,300 




Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co 






34,935 




Falling Creek Telephone Co . 






1,000 




Total 










2,385,270 




Southern Railway Co. . 


18.11 
18.11 


43,074.83 
133 .79 
39.11 




Wilkes... 


780,085 




Southern Express Co . _ 


2,423 




Western Union Telegraph Co. 


704 




Horton Telephone Co.. . . . - . 




5,000 








1.75 
23.20 


3,500.00 
4,000.00 


6,125 




Watauga and Yadkin River Railway Co 

Total 


92,800 




887,137 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co . 


31.27 


35,283.43 




Wilson. 


1,103,320 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 


1,762 




Pullman Co 




241 .51 


13,161 




Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co 




28,110 




Fremont Telephone Co. . ... 






232 




Southern Railway — Rolling Stock 






35,390 


1 


Southern Express Co . . 


54.61 


133 .79 


7,306 



110 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF COUNTIES WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



County 



Wilson 

(Continued.) 



Yadkin. 



Yancey. 



Name of Corporation 



American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Norfolk Southern Railroad... 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Merchants Telephone Co __. 

Rock Ridge Telephone Co 



Total. 



Yadkin River Bridge Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 
East Bend Telephone Co 



Total. 



Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Railroad. 

Southern Express Co 

Black Mountain Railroad Co 



Total. 



Mile- 



.34 



5,362 
29.36 
23.32 



Valuation 
per Mile 



10,213.88 
39.11 



24,000.00 
133 .79 

4,200.00 



Total 

Vssessec 
Value 



$ 7,504 

238,391 

16,771 

80 

475 



1,452,502 


2,000 

4,378 

500 


6,878 


128,688 
3,928 
97,944 



230,560 



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111 



STATEMENT X— List of Towns with Apportionment of Valuation to Each for the Year 1915. 


Town 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 






1.00 
.50 
.65 


$32,586.25 
10,213.88 
3,615.60 


$ 32,586 






5,107 






2,350 






215 










218 






.83 


32,586.25 


27,047 






110 










345 










17 




North Carolina Midland Railroad ... 


.70 

.46 
1.00 


22,506.48 

35,283.43 
2,465.90 


15,754 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 


16,230 






2,466 






72 










700 






1.00 


6,586.00 


6,586 






39 










752 






.59 

1.00 

1.00 

1.53 
.50 


23,858.00 

43,074.83 

43,074.83 

43,074.83 
1,250.00 


14,076 






43,075 






43,075 






65,904 






625 






1,500 






1.00 


21,645.15 


21,645 






45 










625 






1.04 


32,586.25 


33,890 






247 










3,013 






.94 
.68 

1.17 
1.16 


21,645.15 
10,213.88 

12,500.00 
10,213.88 


20,346 


Arthur ... 




6,945 




High Point, Randleman, Asheboro and South- 






14,625 






11,848 






41 










2,915 










39 


Asheville . 




3.04 


43,074.83 


130,947 




western Union Telegraph Co. 


1,352 










246 




Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 






181,000 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






255 


Atkinson. 








200 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 


1.00 


35,283.43 


35,283 



112 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 



Name of Corporation 



Mile- 
age 



Valuation 
per Mile 



Total 

Assessed 

Value 



Aulander 

Aurora 

Autryville 

Ayden. _.. 

Bailey 

Battleboro 

Bayboro 

Bear Creek 

Beaufort 

Belhaven 

Belmont. 

Bensom 

Bessemer City 

Bethel 

Biltmore 

Biscoe. 

Black Creek... 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Chowan-Roanoke Telephone Co. 



Washington and Vandemere Railroad- 
Aurora Telephone Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Merchants Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Norfolk Southern Railroad... 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

Bonlee Telephone Co 



Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Washington and Hyde County Telephone Co. 



Atlantic and Charlotte Air Line Railroad- 
Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co... 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 



Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line Railroad. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 

Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co... 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co.. 
Western Union Telegraph Co - 



Asheville and Spartanburg Railroad 

Southern Railway Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Norfolk Southern Railroad-. 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Troy Telephone and Electric Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



1.04 



$35,283.43 



1.25 



.53 



.50 



.55 



1.14 



1.33 



.50 



1.00 



2,193.75 



35,283.43 
35,283.43 



10,213.88 



35,283.43 



10,213 



10,213.88 



10,213.88 



50,338.96 



35,283.43 



50,338.96 



35,283.43 



24,697.56 
43,074.83 



10,213.88 



35,283.43 



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113 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 



Black Mountain 

Bladensboro 

Blowing Rock,-. 

Boardman 

Bolivia 

Bonsai 



Bonlee. 
Boone.. 



Booneville. 
Bostic — __ 
Bowden 



Brevard. 



Bridgeton 

Broadway... 
Bryson City. 

Buies Creek.. 
Burgaw 



Burlington. 



Calypso.. 
Cameron. 



Name of Corporation 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Watauga Electric Co 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Wilmington, Brunswick and Southern Railroad 



Durham and South Carolina Railroad- 
Seaboard Air Line Railway 



Bonlee Telephone Co. 



Watauga Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Watauga Electric Co 



Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Seaboard Air Line Railway 



Mile- j Valuation 
age I per Mile 



1.00 $13,074.83 



.75 32,586.25 



Total 
Issessec 
Value 



1.05 
1.00 



.67 
1.04 



Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 



Transylvania Railroad 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic and Western Railway Co. 
S.-J. Telephone Co 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 
Bryson City Telephone Co 



35,283.43 
2,427.21 



4,993.58 
32,586.25 



1.02 32,586.25 



.50 35,283.43 



.80 



6,478.60 



1.00 



1.00 



Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Pender Telephone Co 



North Carolina Railroad 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 



Seaboard Air Line Ra.ilway 

Randolph and Cumberland Railroad Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



10,213.88 



3,500.00 



43,074.83 



2.00 



2.00 



1.20 
.50 



35,283.43 



1,548.40 



35,283.43 



32,586.25 
2,222.22 



$ 43,075 
140 



Part II. — Corp. Com., 1915. — 8 



114 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 



Name of Corporation 



Mile- 
age 



Valuation 
per Mile 



Cameron __ 

{Continued.) 

Candor _ 

Canton 



Caroleen. 
Carthage. 

Cary 



Cherryville. 



China Grove. 



Cooperative Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Norfolk Southern Railroad — A. and A. Div.. 
Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Canton Electric and Telephone Co 

Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Tennessee and North Carolina Railroad 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Caroleen and Henrietta Telephone Co. 



Western Union Telegraph Co 

Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Randolph and Cumberland Railway. 
Cooperative Telephone Co 



Catawba 

Cedar Falls. 
Cerro Gordo 
•Chadbourn.. 

Chapel Hill. 
Charlotte 



North Carolina Railroad 

Seaboard Air Line Railway. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Southern Railway Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Chapel Hill Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Southern Railway Co 

Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line Railway 

North Carolina Railroad Co 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Norfolk Southern Railroad — Western Div... 
Piedmont and Northern Railway 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



North Carolina Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
China Grove Telephone Co 



.87 



.50 
1.60 



1.00 
1.10 



.96 



1.10 



4.00 



4.82 
3.35 
2.72 
3.68 



2.31 
1 .74 



1.00 



1.55 



10,213.88 



43,074. 



3,889.00 



10,213.88 
2,222.22 



69,548.40 
32,586.25 



43,074.83 



35,283.43 



35,283.43 



43,074.83 
50,338.96 
69,548.40 
32,586.25 



10,213.88 
15,723.12 



32,586.25 



69,548.40 



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115 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 



Name of Corporation 



Mile- 



Valuation 
per Mile 



Total 
Lssessec 
Value 



Chocowinity 

Clarkton 

Claremont 

Clarendon 

Clayton... 

Cleveland 

Clinton. 

Clyde 

Coats 

Colfax. 

Columbia. 

Columbus 

Concord 

Conetoe 

Connelly Springs 
Conover 

Conway 



Norfolk Southern Railroad Co. 

Seaboard Air Line Railway Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co... 



1.30 
1.38 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 



1.00 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 



North Carolina Railroad... 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Clayton Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



1.00 
1.06 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



.98 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



.45 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Tebgraph Co. 



.63 



Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Durham and Southern Railroad Co 

Carolina Tebphone and Telegraph Co.. 



Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Tyrrell County Telephone Co. 



Polk County Telephone Co. 



North Carolina Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co ... 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 
Concord Telephone Co 



.81 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co.. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co 



$10,213.88 
32,586.25 



43,074.83 



35,283.43 
69,548.40 



1.04 



43,074.83 



35,283.43 



43,074.83 



21,645.15 



10,213.88 



69,548.40 



35,283.43 



43,074.83 



Roanoke-Chowan Telephone Co. 



13,278 

44,969 
153 

43,075 
157 
183 

35,283 

73,721 

354 

98 

1,478 

145 

42,213 

208 

8,085 

15,878 
13 

27,137 

29 
168 
145 

50 

13,853 

64 

177 

8,273 
500 

176 

101,504 

856 

200 

820 

1,841 

3,250 

20,111 



165 

44,798 



169 
225 



100 



116 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 



Name of Corporation 



Mile- 



Valuation 
per Mile 



Cornelius.. 

Councils.. . 
Cove 

Creedmoor 
Creswell 

Crouse 

Culberson. 
Dallas 

Davidson.. 
Denton 

Dillsboro.. 

Dobson 

Dover 

Dublin.... 
Durham... 



Dudley 

Dundarrach. 



Southern Railway Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 



1.13 



$43,074.83 



1.00 



Norfolk Southern Railroad — A. and N. C. Div 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 



Seaboard Air Line Railway . 
Southside Telephone Co 



.85 



Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co... 
Tyrrell County Telephone Co.. 



.28 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co.. 
Gaston Rural Telephone Co 



Louisville and Nashville Railroad. 



Carolina and Northwestern Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Gaston Rural Telephone Co 



1.69 
1.17 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 

Carolina and Yadkin River Railway 

Denton Telephone Co 



1.51 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 

Mount Airy Telephone Co 



1.00 



Norfolk Southern Railroad — A. and N. C. Div. 

Dover and Southbound Railroad 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 



.50 



Virginia and Carolina Southern Railroad 

Southern Railway Co 

North Carolina Railroad 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Norfolk and Western Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Interstate Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 

.Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 

Aberdeen and Rockfish Railroad Co 



.62 
.83 

2.33 
.94 

2.56 



32,586.25 
14,648.37 



32,586.25 



10,213.88 



32,586.25 



6,022.79 
9,739.29 



43,073.84 



5,027.29 



43,074.83 



14,648.37 
2,150.00 



3,993.15 
43,074.83 
69,548.40 
32,586.25 
24,652.06 



3,615.00 



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117 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 



Name of Corporation 



Mile- 
age 



Valuation 
per Mile 



Total 

^ssessec 
Value 



Dunn. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Durham and Southern Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 



Earles 

East Bend 

E. Kings Mountain 
East Laurinburg 



East Spencer. 
Edenton 



Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line Railroad 



Edwards.. 

Efland 

Elizabeth City. 

Elizabethtown . 

Elkin.... 



Elk Park. 



Ellenboro. 



Ellerbe 

Elon College. 



Elm City. 



Enfield. 



Eureka. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Laurinburg and Southern Railroad. 



Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Norfolk and Carolina Telephone and Tel. Co. 



Washington and Vandemere Railroad 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Norfolk and Carolina Telephone and Tel. Co. 



Virginia and Carolina Southern R. R. 
Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co... 
Elkin and Alleghany Railroad- 



East Tennessee and Western N. C. Railroad Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Seaboard Air Line Railway... 
Western Union Telegraph Co._ 
Ellenboro Telephone Co 



Norfolk Southern Railroad — A. and A. Div. 



North Carolina Railroad 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Gibsonville Telephone Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 



Fremont Telephone Co. 



1.00 
.73 



$ 35,283.43 
21,645.15 



.51 



1.00 



2.36 



.42 



2.00 

.40 

1.00 



1.00 



.50 



1.16 



50,338.96 



32,586.25 
9,000.00 



10,213.* 



2,193.75 



10,213.88 



3,993.13 



43,074.83 
3,500.00 
9,842.75 



32,586.25 



10,213.88 
69,548.40 



35,283.43 



35,283.43 



35,283 

15,800 

235 

318 

2,968 

40 

244 

25,672 

18,248 
2,250 

2,105 

6,945 
5,746 

2,194 



24,105 
9,908 

1,677 
55 

86,150 

36 

1,400 

9,843 
94 

32,586 
59 
108 

5,107 

47,988 

146 

68 

52 

225 

18,700 

796 

192 

1,909 

40,929 

1,010 

163 

2,750 



15 



118 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 



Everetts. 



Evergreen. 
Fair Bluff. 

Fairmont.. 



Faison. 



Faith. 



Farmville. 



Fayette ville. 



Forestville. 



Forest City. 



Fountain 

Fuquay Springs 

Four Oaks 



Franklin. 



Franklinton. 



Name of Corporation 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Gold Hill Telephone Co... 
Lowerstone Telephone Co. 



East Carolina Railway 

Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co . 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Aberdeen and Rockfish Railroad 

Norfolk Southern Railroad — R. and S. Div. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 



South Carolina and Georgia Extension R. R. 

Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Forest City Telephone Co 

Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co 



East Carolina Railway- 



Norfolk Southern R. R.- 
Cardenas Telephone Co. 



-R. and S. Div. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co _. 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 



Tallulah Falls Railway - 

Franklin Telephone and Electric Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.... 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Mile- 



.83 



1.00 



1.05 



4.21 



2.00 
1.25 



1.00 
2.49 



.53 



Valuation 
per Mile 



$35,283.43 



35,283.43 
35,283.43 



35,283.43 



35,283.43 



2,997.30 
10,213.88 



35,283.43 



3,615.60 
10,213.00 



32,586.25 



5,488.35 
32,586.25 



2,997.30 
10,213.88 



35,283.43 



7,471.24 



32,586.25 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC-SERVICE CORPORATIONS 



119 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 



Name of Corporation 



Mile- 
age 



Valuation 
per Mile 



Total 
^ssessec 
Value 



Franklinville. 
Fremont 



Garland. 



Garner. 



Gary. 



Garysburg . 
Gastonia... 



Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 
Fremont Telephone Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



North Carolina Railroad. 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 

Clayton Telephone Co 

Garner Telephone Co 



Farmers Mutual Telephone Co. 
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad- .. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway. 



Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line R. R 

Carolina and Northwestern Railway 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Piedmont and Northern Railway 



Germantown 
Gibson 

Gibsonville— 

Glen Alpine. 

Glenwood 

Gold Hill—. 

Godwin 

Goldsboro... 



Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad . 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Carolina, Atlantic and Western R. R 

Rockingham Railroad Co 



North Carolina Railroad 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Gibsonville Telephone Co 



Southern Railway Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



1.30 



.00 



1.00 



South Carolina and Georgia Extension Railroad 



Yadkin Railroad 

Gold Hill Telephone Co. 
Lowerton Telephone Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



North Carolina Railroad.. 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Norfolk Southern R. R— A. and N. C. Div. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Postal Telegraph-Cable Co... 



.51 
1.00 



2.00 
1.68 



35,283.43 



35,283.43 



1,548.40 



1.00 



.63 



1.00 



.50 



.70 
1.90 



35,283.43 
32,586.25 



50,338.96 
9,739.20 



15,723.12 
12,263.13 
35,283.43 



5,968.52 
3,434.60 



,548.40 



43,074.83 



5,488.35 
6,586.00 



35,283.43 



69,548.40 
35,283.43 
14,648.37 



104 

45,868 
246 
640 

35,283 
78 

69,548 
93 
65 
150 

165 
17,994 

32,586 

100,678 

16,362 

564 

2,107 

32,240 

1,697 

19 

30,817 

6,131 

13,054 

1,788 

62 

5,968 

2,197 

43,815 

164 

86 

1,386 

43,075 
135 

3,293 

1,844 
305 
100 

17,641 
94 
172 

48,684 
67,038 
13,037 
1,120 
31,528 
47 



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N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 






1.00 


$12,263.13 


$ 12,263 




Bonlee Telephone Co 


350 










31 






1.45 


69,548.40 


100,845 
96 




American Telephone and Telegraph Co 










1,733 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






47 






1.12 


9,939.29 


10,910 




Lenoir Electric Co 


30 




Hickory Electric Co. 






55 










74 


Granite Quarry 




.79 


6,586.00 


5,203 


Gold Hill Telephone Co 


85 










200 






1.80 
2.85 
2.11 


43,074.83 
12,263.13 
69,548.40 


77,535 






34,950 






146,747 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 


595 










4,460 










1,035 










137,588 










50 






1.12 


35,283.43 


39,517 






58 










10,908 






1.46 


10,213.88 


14,912 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 


66 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 


.86 


35,283.43 


31,050 




57 










183 










550 






.76 
.50 


10,213.88 
50,338.96 


7,763 




Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line Railroad 


25,170 




494 










271 










725 










149 


Gulf 








70 






.69 


35,283.43 


24,345 






421 










320 










50 






3.00 


32,586.25 


97,759 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co 


12,673 



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121 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 



Hampton 

Harrisburg 

Hassell 

Haw River 

Hazelwood 

Henderson 

Hendersonville 

Henrietta 

Hertford 

Hickory 

Hiddenite 

Highland 

High Point 

Hildebrand 

Hillsboro 



Name of Corporation 



South Carolina and Georgia Extension R. R.. 
Forest City-Rutherfordton Telephone Co 



Harrisburg Telephone Co 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 



Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Southern Railway Co. 



Southern Railway Co 

Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Asheville and Spartanburg Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Co.- 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Transylvania Railroad 



Caroleen and Henrietta Telephone Co. 



Norfolk Southern Railroad Co 

North Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Southern Railway Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Carolina and Northwestern Railway Co 

Hickory Electric Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 



Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Iredell Telephone Co 



Southern Railway Co. 
Hickory Electric Co... 



High Point, Randleman, Asheboro and So. Ry. 

North Carolina Railroad... 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

North State Telephone Co..: 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co — 
Carolina and Yadkin River Railway 



Mile- 



.57 



.31 



.50 



.36 
2.05 



1.89 



1.87 



.52 



2.04 



1.61 



.05 



1.38 
2.44 



Southern Railway Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



North Carolina Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



1.16 



1.00 



Valuation 
per Mile 



$ 5,488.85 



35,283.43 



43,074.83 



43,074.83 
32,586.25 



24,697.56 



6,478 A 



10,213. 



43,074.83 
9,739.29 



43,074. 



13,720.80 
69,548.40 



5,027.29 
43,074.83 



,548.40 



Total 

^.ssessec 
Value 



3,128 
150 



550 



331 

21,537 

15,507 

66,802 

600 

437 

15,583 

484 

46,678 
394 
300 

18,914 
74 

12,115 

550 

5,311 
4,954 

87,873 

145 

15,679 

5,000 

425 

185 
105 

40,921 
95 

18,935 
16,698 

1,736 

238 

24,000 

28,036 

5,832 

43,075 
73 

9,041 
40 
106 
185 



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W. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 



Hillsboro 

(Continued.) 

Hobgood 

Hoffman 

Holly Springs... 
Hope Mills 

Hot Springs 

Hudson 

Hunters ville 

Indian Trail 

Jackson 

Jacksonville 

Jamesville 

Jefferson 

Jonesboro 

Kannapolis 

Kelford 



Name of Corporation 



Morris Telephone Co.. 
Orange Telephone Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co.. 



Durham and Southern Railway. 
Cardenas Telephone Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co — 
Virginia and Carolina Southern Railroad. 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. 



Carolina and Northwestern Railroad. 
Lenoir Electric Co 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Huntersville Telephone Co 



Seaboard Air Line Railway. 



Home Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 

Northampton and Hertford Railroad Co. 
Roanoke-Chowan Telephone Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Onslow Telephone Co 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad- 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 
Williamston Telephone Co 



Horton Telephone Co.. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 

Atlantic and Western Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

S.-J. Telephone Co 



Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 

Seaboard Air Line Railway _. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 



Mile- 
age 



1.10 



1.50 



.40 



1.50 



1.00 



1.00 



1.00 



Valuation 
per Mile 



35,283.43 



32,586.25 



21,645.15 



35,283.43 



3,993.15 
43,074.83 



9,739.29 



43,074.83 



32,586.25' 



2,222.22 



35,283.43 



35,283.43 



35,283.43 
3,500.00 



35,283.43 
32,586.25 



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123 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 
Value 








$ 


$ 85 


Kenly 




.67 


35,283.43 


23,640 






156 










161 










381 






1.29 


43,074.83 


55,566 






117 










800 










85 




Good Will Telephone Co 






50 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






115 


Kings Mountain... 


Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line Railroad 


1.53 


50,338.96 


77,019 
1,243 










5,700 










466 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






268 


Kittrell 




.30 


32,586.25 


9,776 






118 










412 










860 


Key ser 




1.00 


32,586.25 


32,586 






281 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. . 






326 


Kinston 




1.86 
1.90 


35,283.43 
14,648.37 


65,627 




Norfolk Southern R. R.— A. and N. C. Div 

Western Union Telegraph Co . 


27,832 
265 










13,418 










275 


LaGrange 


Norfolk Southern Railroad — A. and N. C. Div. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 


.86 


14,648.37 


12,597 




57 










1,273 


Lake Waccamaw... 




2.34 


35,283.43 


82,563 






705 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co 






400 


Landis 




1.00 


69,548.40 


69,548 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co 


74 




China Grove Telephone Co 






108 




South Carolina and Georgia Extension R. R. Co. 
Seaboard Air Line Railway 


1.00 
1.00 


5,488.00 
32,586.25 


5,488 




32,586 




Lattimore Telephone Co 


400 


Lawndale 




.50 
1.52 


2,207.50 
32,586.25 


1,104 


Laurinburg 


Seaboard Air Line Railwav.-- _ 


49,531 




Western Union Telegraph Co 


235 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co 






8,449 




Laurinburg and Southern Railroad 


1.25 


9,000.00 


11,250 



124 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 



Name of Corporation 



Mile- 
age 



Valuation 
per Mile 



Total 

Assessed 

Value 



Leaksville. 



Lenoir. 



Lexington. 



Danville and Western Railway 

International Telephone Co. 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Carolina and Northwestern Railway- 
Western Union Telegraph Co 

Lenoir Electric Co 



North Carolina Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Lexington Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Winston-Salem Southbound Railway 

Davidson Telephone Co 



Liberty 

Lilesville... 
Lincolnton 

Louisburg. 
Lillington.. 

Linden 

Littleton... 

Long View. 

Loray 

Louisburg. 

Lowell 



Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad- 
Western Union Telegraph Co... 
Liberty Telephone Co 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Carolina and Northwestern Railway 

Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic and Western Railway 

Norfolk Southern R. R— R. and S. Div. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co... 



Norfolk Southern Railroad. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Southern Railway Co.. 
Hickory Electric Co.— . 



Iredell Telephone Co. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 



Atlanta and Charlotte Air Line Railroad- 
Western Union Telegraph Co.. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 



.38 



$ 8,000.00 



.96 



1.85 



1.14 



1.43 



1.00 



1.80 
2.12 



.55 



.44 
1.50 



.55 
.03 



1.25 



.55 



.96 



9,739.29 



69,548.40 



23,858.00 



12,263.13 



32,586.25 



32,586.25 
9,739.29 



28,217.50 



3,500.00 
10,213.88 



10,213.43 
32,586.25 



43,074.83 



32,586.25 



50,338.96 



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125 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIOMNENT OF VALUATION— C 


antinued. 




Town 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 
Value 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co.. ... . 


.53 


$35,283.43 


$ 18,700 






200 










225 






1.00 


32,586.25 


32,586 






67 




Virginia and Carolina Southern Railroad 


1.32 

.47 


3,993.15 
6,235.54 


5,271 
2,931 






7,036 


Lumber Bridge 




1.00 


35,283.43 


35,283 




267 






.50 

.85 


35,283.43 
32,586.25 


17,642 






27,698 






272 










1,100 






.50 

.56 
2.79 


2,997.30 

12,263.13 
24,652.06 


1,498 






6,867 






68,780 






123 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co... 


1.00 


35,283.43 


35,283 






391 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co 






110 




Rose Hill Telephone Co 






50 




Hallsville Telephone Co 






90 


Maiden . 


Carolina and Northwestern Railway 


1.00 


9,739.29 


9,739 




Western Union Telegraph Co 


39 




Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co 






930 






1.00 


32,586.25 


32,586 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. ... 


85 




Western Union Telegraph Co _ 






313 


Marble 


Southern Railway Co. .. . ________ 


1.36 
1.00 

1.52 

.60 


43,074.83 

32,586.25 

43,074.83 
5,488.35 


58,582 


Margarettsville 


Seaboard Air Line Railway .. 


32,586 


Marion 


Southern Railway Co. 


65,474 




South Carolina and Georgia Extension R. R. .. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 


3,293 
172 




Marion Telephone Co 






1,700 


Marshall.. 




1.03 


43,074.83 


44,367 






167 










50 


Marsh ville 


Seaboard Air Line Railway... 


1.00 


32,586.25 


32,586 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co 


98 




Western Union Telegraph Co 






883 



126 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 






1.50 


$32,586.25 


$ 48,880 






273 










206 






.60 
.93 


2,997.30 
35,283.43 


1,798 






32,814 




Western Union Telegraph Co... 


35 




Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 






92 






1.02 
1.28 


35,283.43 
32,586.25 


35,989 






41,710 




Western Union Telegraph Co. 


248 










610 










1,540 










73 


Mayodan. 


Norfolk and Western Railway. ... __ 


1.10 

1.00 


24,652.06 
35,283.43 


27,117 






35,283 






75 


Mebane 


North Carolina Railroad ...... 


1.00 


69,548.40 


69,548 






80 










143 










145 


Merry Oaks 




1.30 
.50 


32,586.25 
35,283.43 


42,362 






17,641 






155 






1.00 


32,586.25 


32,586 






550 










763 






.75 


10,213.88 


7,660 






800 






.19 


9,798.81 


1,896 






50 


Minneapolis- 

Mineral Springs 




.57 

.50 
1.78 


2,000.00 
32,586.25 
22,506.48 


1,140 




16,293 




40,062 






19 










1,250 










74 






2.39 


32,586.25 


77,881 






354 










15,000 










205 


Montezuma. 


Linville River Railway 


1.00 


2,000.00 


2,000 



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127 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 



Name of Corporation 



Mile- 



Valuation 
per Mile 



Total 
Usessec 
Value 



Mooresboro 

Morehead City. 



Mooresville. 



Morganton. 



M orris ville. 



Morven. 



Mortimer 

Mount Airy- 



Mount Gilead. 
Mount Holly.. 



Mount Olive. 



Mount Pleasant. 
Murphy 



Murfreesboro. 
Nashville 



South Carolina and Georgia Extension R. R._. 

Norfolk Southern R. R.— A. and N. C. Div. .. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Morehead City Telephone Co 



Southern Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. 

Mooresville Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
North Carolina Midland Railroad 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 



North Carolina Railroad 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co... 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co.. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Carolina and Northwestern Railway. 



Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Mount Airy Telephone Co 



Norfolk Southern R. R— A. and A. Div. 
Mount Gilead Telephone Co 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Piedmont and Northern Railway 



Nebo. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Concord Telephone Co 



Southern Railway Co 

Louisville and Nashville Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

United Telephone Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Southern Railway Co 



1.00 

2.78 



2.02 



.20 
1.52 



60 



1.00 



2.00 
2.01 



2.37 



1.30 



1.36 



1.06 
1.24 



.67 



$ 5,488.35 
14,648.37 



43,074.83 



22,506.48 
43,074.83 



69,548.40 



35,283.43 



9,739.29 
12,263.13 



10,213 i 



32,586.25 



15,723.12 
35,283.43 



43,074.83 
6,022.79 



35,283.43 



1.20 43,074 .§ 



5,488 

40,724 

83 

366 

800 

87,011 

66 

6,000 

182 

4,501 

65,474 

224 

8,063 

41,729 

50 

125 

545 

35,283 
39 

19,479 

24,649 

124 

134 

8,550 

24,207 
1,500 

42,362 

1,300 

39 

13,994 

47,985 

207 

5,196 

200 

45,660 

7,468 

32 

3,294 

2,000 

23,640 

26 

1,835 

51,690 



128 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 


Newberlin 




2.56 


$35,283.43 


S 90,325 






860 






1.20 
1.17 


35,283.43 
14,648.37 


43,340 




Norfolk Southern R. R.— A. and N. C. Div 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 


17,138 

75 










354 










18,607 






.54 
1.50 


10,213.88 
32,586.25 


5,515 


New Hill 




48,880 






98 






.50 


2,000.00 


1,000 






700 






1.65 


6,856.00 


10,867 






26 




Norfolk Southern R. R.— A. and N. C. Div 


1.02 


14,648.37 


14,941 




55 










366 






.47 
2.10 


43,074.83 
9,739.29 


20,245 




Carolina and Northwestern Railway Co 


20,743 
224 










4,750 










134 










550 










130 






1.76 


32,586.25 


57,352 






117 






.91 

.71 

1.49 


10,213.88 
10,213.88 
43,074.83 


9,295 






7,252 






61,181 






39 










3,000 




Watauga and Yadkin River Railroad Co 


.14 

.35 


4,000.00 
6,586.00 


560 
2,305 






1,850 






1.09 
.45 

1.00 
.76 


10,213.88 
35,283.43 
35,283.43 
43,074.83 


11,132 






15,877 


Oak City . 




35,283 


Old Fort... 




32,737 






102 


Ore Hill.... 




1.00 


12,263.13 


12,263 




Western Union Telegraph Co 


143 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC-SERVICE CORPORATIONS 
LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



129 



Town 



Name of Corporation 



Mile- 



Valuation 
per Mile 



Total 

^ssessec 
Value 



Oriental. 

Orrum... 
Oxford-. 



Pactolus. 
Parkton. 
Parmele.. 



Pantego 

Peachland. 

Pelham 

Pembroke. 



Pikeville. 



Pilot Mountain 



Pine Bluff.. 
Pinehurst.. 
Pine LeveL 



Pinetops.. 
Pinetown. 
Pineville.. 



Pink Hill. 
Pittsboro. 



Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 



Southern Railway Co 

Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co.. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Norfolk Southern Railroad. 



Seaboard Air Line Railway. . 
Southern Bell Telephone Co. 



Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 
Seaboard Air Line Railway 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Fremont Telephone Co 



Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Siloam Telephone Co 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



North Carolina Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



East Carolina Railway Co 

Norfolk Southern Railroad Co.. 



Southern Railway Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Kinston-Carolina Railroad- 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Pittsboro Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



$ 10,213 .i 



1.00 



.45 

.79 

2.14 



.50 
1.00 



1.00 
1.00 



.05 



1.48 



.48 



1.00 



.45 
1.91 
1.00 



35,283.43 



43,074.83 
32,586.25 



35,283.43 
35,283.43 
35,283.43 



10,213.88 
32,586.25 



35,283.43 
32,586.25 



35,283.43 



12,263.13 



32,586.25 



69,548.40 



2,997.30 
10,213.88 
43,074.83 



1,726.00 
32,586.25 



5,210 
20 

35,283 

30,152 

18,574 

155 

6,600 

15,877 

27,874 

82,563 
100 

5,107 

32,586 
182 

65 

35,283 
32,586 

22,934 

325 

16 

18,150 

35 

134 

10 

15,641 

211 

69,548 
176 
176 

1,348 

19,508 

43,074 
213 
834 

432 

10,753 
500 
124 



Part II. — Corp. Com., 1915. — 9 



130 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 
Value 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 


.30 

.77 


$35,283.43 
10,213.88 


$ 10,585 




Norfolk Southern Railroad ... ... ... 


7,865 




Western Union Telegraph Co 


32 


Polkton 


Seaboard Air Line Railway ... 


1.55 


32,586.25 


50,509 




Western Union Telegraph Co. _ ___ ... 


274 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. . 






183 






.49 


35,283.43 


17,280 
366 








Western Union Telegraph Co .. 






19 






.40 


69,548.40 


27,819 






123 










117 




Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 


.45 

1.50 

1.48 
1.90 
1.79 


35,283.43 

3,615.60 

69,548.40 
32,586.25 
10,213.88 


15,877 




5,424 






102,932 






61,914 






18,283 






1,531 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






805 










4,500 










185 










98,243 










104 






.75 


12,263.13 


9,197 






55 










1,650 




High Point, Randleman, Asheboro and So. R. R. 


.77 


13,720.80 


10,565 




16 










1,700 


Red Springs 




1.00 


35,283.43 


35,283 




117 










487 










2,055 






1.72 


43,074.83 


74,089 






1,548 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. 






176 










814 










12,403 










600 






.12 
1.00 


2,150.00 
6,586.00 


300 


Richfield 




6,586 


Rich Square.- . 

Roanoke Rapids... 




840 


Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 






1,650 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC-SERVICE CORPORATIONS 



131 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 



Name of Corporation 



Mile- 



Valuation 
per Mile 



Total 

Assessed 
Value 



Robersonville. 



Rockingham. 



Rocky Point.. 
Rocky Mount. 

Rockwell 



Roper 

Roseboro. 

Rose Hill. 



Rosman.. 
Rowland. 



Roxboro. 



Roxobel. 



Ruffin 

Rutherfordton. 



Saint Pauls. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



1.10 



$35,283.43 



Seaboard Air Line Railway 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Rockingham Railroad Co 



.50 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



1.00 
.50 



4.45 



Yadkin Railroad 

Lowerstone Telephone Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 
Gold Hill Telephone Co 



1.01 



Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Tyrrell County Telephone Co. 



1.20 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Sampson Telephone Co 



1.16 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. 

Rose Hill Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Transylvania Railroad 



1.33 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 
Maxton, Alma and Southbound Railroad 



.65 
1.00 



Norfolk and Western Railway. 
Morris Telephone Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. 



1.00 
.79 



Seaboard Air Line Railway '__ 

Roanoke-Chowan Telephone Co. 

Southern Railway Co 



South Carolina and Georgia Extension R. R. 

Rutherfordton Telephone Co 

Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 



Virginia and Carolina Southern R. R. 
St. Pauls Telephone Co 



.96 



1.00 

1.12 

.43 



1.27 



32,586.25 



3,434.60 
35,283.43 



35,283.43 



6,586.00 



10,213.( 



35,283.43 



35,283.43 



6,478.60 
35,283.43 



2,500.00 
24,652.06 



32,586.25 



43,074.83 

5,488.35 

32,586.25 



3,993.15 



38,812 
23 

16,293 

9,601 

334 

3,434 

17,642 



157,011 
1,404 

964 
24,750 



6,652 

250 

39 

290 

12,257 
50 

40,928 
30 
25 

46,927 

470 

1,150 

96 

4,211 

35,283 

160 

2,291 

2,500 

19,475 
1,800 

78 

31,282 
20 

43,075 

6,147 

4,500 

14,012 

360 

5,071 
2,200 



132 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 

Value 








$ 


$ 100 






1.87 

2.98 

.52 


43,074.83 

69,548.40 

6,586.00 


80,550 






207,254 






3,425 






2,210 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 






316 










829 










51,341 










300 






1.00 


24,697.56 


24,698 






195 










171 










165 










345 






56 


12,263.13 


6,867 






900 






.60 

1.25 

.95 


35,283.43 

32,586.25 

3,500.00 


21,170 






40,732 






3,325 






277 




S.-J. Telephone Co 






7,100 






1.06 


35,283.43 


37,400 






39 










6,128 


Scotts 








123 






1.00 


32,586.25 


32,586 






235 






1.57 

1.00 
.95 


10,213.88 

69,548.40 
35,283.43 


16,036 






69,548 






33,570 






525 










730 










7,492 










127 










500 






.75 


35,283.43 


26,463 






331 


Shelby. 


South Carolina and Georgia Extension R. R. .. 


1.40 
1.10 


5,488.35 
32,586.25 


7,684 




35,844 






12,431 










206 


Siler City... 




1.06 


12,203.13 


12,999 






78 




Siler City Telephone Co 






6,540 


Siloam 


Siloam Telephone Co 






120 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC-SERVICE CORPORATIONS 



133 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 



Name of Corporation 



Mile- 
age 



Valuation 
per Mile 



Total 

Assessed 
Value 



Skyland 

Smithfield 

Southern Pines. 
South Biltmore 
Southport, 

Speed 

Spencer 

Spray 

Spring Hope... 

Stanley 

Stanley Creek.. 

Stantonsburg.. 
Star 

States ville. 

Stedman 

Stem 

Stokesdale 



American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co._ 



Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Southport and Little River Telephone Co... 
Wilmington, Brunswick and Southern R. R. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 



Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Lexington Telephone Co 



International Telephone Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad- 
Western Union Telegraph Co... 
Piedmont Telephone Co 



Seaboard Air Line Railway... 
Western Union Telegraph Co. 

Norfolk Southern Railroad- .. 



Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Norfolk Southern Railroad — A. and A. Div. . 
Norfolk Southern Railroad — D. and C. Div.. 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Iredell Telephone Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 



Atlantic and Yadkin Railroad- 
Good Will Telephone Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co... 



.50 



.61 

2.00 
1.00 
1.00 

1.75 



1.00 
.99 



2.70 



35,283.43 



32,586.25 



2,427.21 
35,283.43 



35,283.43 



12,263.13 



32,586.25 



10,213.88 

10,213.88 
4,151.43 

2,929.20 

43,074.83 



35,283.43 
43,074.83 



12,263.13 



105 

22,934 

47 

338 

6,097 

47,576 
366 
405 

766 

25 

435 

950 

25 

1,820 

22.581 

3,734 
60 

2,756 

23,640 

25 

1,833 

10,669 
32 
186 

16,293 
31 

6,230 

20,427 
4,151 
2,929 

75,381 

337 

23,107 

15,700 

35,283 

42,644 
65 

33,110 
180 
211 



134 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 



Name of Corporation 



Mile- 



Valuation 
per Mile 



Total 

Assessed 

Value 



Stoneville. 



Stonewall 

Stony Point. 

Stokes 

Stovall 



SummerfielcL 
Swansboro... 
Sylva 



Tabor... 
Tarboro. 



Taylorsville. 



Teacheys. 



Thomasville. 



Tillery.. 
Trinity. 



Troutman. 



Troy. 



Norfolk and Western Railway. 
Western Union Telegraph Co.. 

Norfolk Southern Railroad 



Iredell Telephone Co 

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 



Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 



Farmers Telephone Co. 
Onslow Telephone Co.. 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. 
Waynesville Telephone Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

East Carolina Railway 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



Southern Railway Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Iredell Telephone Co 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



North Carolina Railroad 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Thomasville Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 
Carolina and Yadkin River Railway 



Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co. 



1.03 



$24,652.06 



.38 



1.14 



1.73 



1.02 



2.67 
.50 



.47 



2.00 



High Point, Randleman, Asheboro and So. R. R 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

North State Telephone Co 



2.29 



.7(5 



Southern Railway Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Western Union Telegraph Co . 

Iredell Telephone Co 



1.00 



Norfolk Southern Railroad 

Troy Telephone and Electric Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co. 



1.40 



10,213 .1 



35,283.43 



43,074. 



43,074.83 



35,283.43 



35,283.43 
2,997.30 



43,074.83 



35,283.43 



,548.40 



5,027.29 
35,283.43 
13,720.30 



43,074.83 



10,213.88 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC-SERVICE CORPORATIONS 



135 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 
Value 








$ 


$ 175 










115 










744 






1.50 


24,697.56 


37,046 






24 


Tunis 




.98 
.45 
.52 


35,283.43 
35,283.43 
5,488.35 


34,578 


Turkey 




15,525 


Union Mills 


South Carolina and Georgia Extension R. R 


2,854 
100 




Pleasant Hill Telephone Co. 






350 






.97 

.60 

2.00 


10,213.88 

2,193.75 

32,586.25 


9,907 






1,315 






65,172 






111 






.57 


32,586.25 


18,574 






239 










550 






.45 
1.00 


3,293.00 
32,586.25 


1,482 






32,586 

434 




Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co . 


Wade 




2.00 

.50 
.25 


35,283.43 

.3,516.60 
9,000.00 

35,283.43 


70,567 
1,808 


Wagram 








2,250 


Wadesboro. ... .. 


Atlantic Coast Line Railroad . _ .. 


13,408 




Wadesboro Telephone Co. .. .. _. ._ 




6,300 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. . 






210 






1.00 


32,586.25 


32,586 
625 




Western Union Telegraph Co... ..... 










25 


Wake Forest 




1.00 


32,586.23 


32,586 

265 




Western Union Telegraph Co 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co :. 






208 




Home Telephone and Telegraph Co. .... 






1,833 




Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co 






145 


Wallace 




1.00 


35,283.43 


35,283 
750 




Wallace Telephone Co 




Western Union Telegraph Co 






262 


Warrenton... 








68 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co . 






305 




Home Telephone and Telegraph Co 






3,483 



136 



N. C. CORPORATION COMMISSION 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 
Value 






1.46 


$35,283.43 


$ 51 514 






555 










96 










150 






.90 


35,283.43 


31,755 






97 






.68 


10,213.88 


6,945 






117 










10,182 


Watha 


Washington and Vandemere Railroad Co 


.20 
1.00 
.31 


2,193.75 
35,283.43 
32,586.25 


439 
35,283 






10,102 




Western Union Telegraph Co _. 


35 






1.40 


43,074.83 


60,305 






36 










3,500 










200 






.80 

.98 
.72 


3,765.77 

35,283.43 
32,586.25 


3,013 






34,548 






23,462 






943 










331 










4,858 






1.44 

.74 
.59 


43,074.83 

43,074.83 
9,739.29 


62,028 






31,875 




Carolina and Northwestern Railway Co 


5,740 
70 


Wendell 




1.00 


10,213.88 


10,214 






695 






1.00 


35,283.43 


35,283 






675 










318 










1,375 


White ville 




1.06 


35,283.43 


37,400 






193 










258 


Whittier 




1.00 


43,074.83 


43,074 






50C 






1.18 


35,283.43 


41,634 






36 










1,000 


Wilmington 




4.44 
1.00 


35,283.43 
32,586.23 


156,659 


Seaboard Air Line Railway Co 


32,586 



ASSESSMENT OF PUBLIC-SERVICE CORPORATIONS 



137 



LIST OF TOWNS WITH APPORTIONMENT OF VALUATION— Continued. 



Town 


Name of Corporation 


Mile- 
age 


Valuation 
per Mile 


Total 

Assessed 
Value 


Wilmington 






$ 


$ 1,612 


Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. . 






240 










117,040 




Wellington and Powellsville Railroad Co 


1.50 


2,465.90 


3,699 




290 


Winfall 




.50 


10,213.88 


5,107 






18 






1.00 


32,586.25 


32,586 






626 






1.36 


35,283.43 


47,985 






753 










583 










18,768 






1.35 


10,213.88 


13,789 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. 


74 






2.20 
1.48 
1.97 


43,074.83 
22,506.48 
24,652.06 


94,764 






33,310 






48,565 






385 




Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. - 






88 










95,794 




North State Telephone Co. . 






25 






.50 
.34 


23,858.00 
35,283.43 


11,929 






29,638 






700 










840 






.61 


32,586.25 


19,877 


Wrightsville . 




5,957 










.50 






.50 


32,586.25 


16,293 






1,283 


Zebulon _ . 




.68 


10,213.88 


6,945. 






2,535 













138 



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